Windows only: If you're looking for a better way to manage your wish lists than Notepad, but aren't interested in the more frilly web-based solutions, WishList is a lightweight and portable solution. WishList has entry fields for the item name, notes or the URL, priority level, and price. You can quickly analyse and sort lists according to cost, priority, or which items have yet to be purchased. Wish lists can easily be exported and imported for safe keeping, and the ease of maintaining separate lists for different activities or purposes. If a simple portable application isn't what you're looking for, check out how to turn Amazon's Universal Wish List into a gift and purchase organizer. WishList is freeware, Windows only.
WishList Manages And Ranks Your Future Purchases
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