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How To Back Up Your Google Chrome Bookmarks

Google Chrome allows you to back up your bookmarks so that they are not only accessible on your computer, but also on others signed into your account. In this article, we'll give you a quick and simple way to back up your Google Chrome bookmarks.

N.B.: If you would like to re-install Google Chrome on your system or switch to another web browser, we recommend that you back up your bookmarks to an HTML file. The HTML format is supported by all web browsers, which makes it easy to import and export your bookmarks.

How To Back Up Your Bookmarks to an HTML File ?

Open Google Chrome, and click the Customize and Control Google Chrome menu > Bookmarks.

Next, select Bookmarks manager, or press [CTRL] + [Shift] + [O] on your keyboard.

Now, click the Organize menu > Export bookmarks to HTML file:

Choose a location to save the file, and then click Save.

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