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Firefox Backup

Firefox Restore

  • open Firefox and click Bookmarks on top of screen
  • click “Show All Bookmarks”
  • click on the star in toolbar
  • click on export bookmarks
  • save file to designated area
  • place saved file on new desktop
  • open Firefox and click Bookmarks on top of screen
  • click “Show All Bookmarks”
  • click on the star in toolbar
  • click import bookmarks and select file you placed on new desktop

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Chrome Backup

Chrome Restore

  • open Chrome and click Bookmarks on top of screen
  • click on Bookmark Manager
  • click on organize
  • click on export bookmarks to HTML file
  • save to designated area
  • place saved file on new desktop
  • open Chrome and click Bookmarks on top of screen
  • click on Bookmark Manager
  • click on organize
  • click on import bookmarks from HTML file
  • select file you placed on new desktop

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Safari Backup

Safari Restore

  • Open Safari and click on File on top of screen
  • Click Export Bookmarks
  • save to designated area
  • place saved file on new desktop
  • open Safari and click on File on top of screen
  • click  Import Bookmarks
  • select file you placed on new desktop


If you are looking for a way to access your bookmarks anytime/anyplace on any device with internet access, you might want to consider social bookmarking.  Social bookmarking is a way to store, organize, search and manage your web bookmarks using an online bookmark management service.  Delicious, Diigo are two online bookmark management websites.  The following link is to a video that helps explain in greater detail what social bookmarking is and how social bookmarking tools work:  Social Bookmarking in Plain English, for the rest of us

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