A properly organized list of bookmarks automatically turns your web browsing experience a lot easier. This article will show you how to export your Google Chrome bookmarks to help you bring them to any new browser and not miss out on your bookmarks, and to help you save the trouble of remembering websites.
Exporting your bookmarks creates an HTML file that you have the ability to then import into many browsers. You can have all of your bookmarks transferred over. You could even move them from one Chrome browser to another if you do not like Chrome Sync. Or, you can just transfer them to a completely different browser.
Chrome bookmarks, how to export it?
Next, move your mouse over to “Bookmarks,” then click on “Bookmark Manager.”
On the Bookmark Manager page, click the three-dot menu icon, you can find them in the top blue bar, then click on “Export Bookmarks.”
This will create an HTML file that contains all of the bookmarks. Then, you have the ability to choose where you want to save this file. You can rename the file if you wish, then click on “Save” after you have picked a location.
That is all there is to the process. You can use the HTML file to set up a new browser, however, do not forget to delete your bookmarks that are you no longer have a need for. You should take good care of your precious bookmarks.
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