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How to import bookmarks to Google Chrome

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How to pass your bookmarks from other browsers
Import bookmarks from an HTML file

Changing the browser is not a complicated task, we simply download a new one and that's it. But what about all my bookmarks? It can definitely be a headache to pretend to copy your favorite websites one by one. However, we have the possibility to import bookmarks to Google Chrome and we will show you how..

Remember that it is possible to delete favorite sites in a web browser, this is extremely useful for when we have duplicate bookmarks or some sites that we no longer enter as often and we want to have everything organized.

How to pass your bookmarks from other browsers

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The first thing we will do is start Google Chrome on our PC. Next, we go to the upper right corner of the screen, we will click on the three points..

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A new menu is displayed, here we will have to choose Bookmarks> Import bookmarks and settings.

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A window called "Import Bookmarks and Settings" opens. Here we will have to select the browser from which we want to import the bookmarks using the drop-down menu at the top. Additionally, we are going to enable the "Favorites / Bookmarks" option. After this, we will have to click on "Import"..

In this way, Chrome will import the bookmarks into our web browser. Once we do this, we can see a message confirming that everything went well. Now we are simply going to have to click on "Done" to be able to close the window.

Now the favorite websites that we had marked in another browser are already available in Chrome. As you can see, it is extremely simple and, above all, very fast.

Import bookmarks from an HTML file

We can also import bookmarks from an HTML file. This is ideal if we have exported the favorite sites from a web browser to an HTML file.

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In Chrome, we go to the upper right corner of the screen and click on the three dots.

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A new menu is displayed, here the option we are looking for is Bookmarks> Import bookmarks and settings.

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In this new window we will have to click on the drop-down menu and choose "Bookmarks HTML file". Then we click on "Choose file" at the bottom.

A Windows file explorer window opens, we will have to look for the file in question and double-click when we find it.

In this simple way, Chrome will take care of importing all the bookmarks from the HTML file. We will see a success message on the screen and simply click on "Done" to finish.



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