Time Needed : 3 minutes
All Chrome bookmarks stored locally inside your device which means every Google Chrome browser is unique to its owner. Luckily, you can transfer Chrome bookmarks data to another computer via a USB flash drive. Here is how to export Chrome bookmarks to a flash drive and import them back to a new device.
On the original device, click on the three dots icon at the top right corner of Google Chrome.
Select Bookmarks > Bookmark manager (CTRL+SHIFT+O).
You would see a list of bookmarks inside the device. Click on the three dots icon at the top right page.
Select Export bookmarks.
Select your USB flash drive as the target location, and then click Save. By default, the bookmark name is based on the current date, but you can rename it if you want.
Now, check on the flash drive to see whether the bookmark data has been saved.
Importing bookmarks can be done in the same manner, but at this point, you need to choose Import bookmarks.
Select the bookmarks file, and then click Open.
Now the same bookmarks are available on the new device!
- Google Chrome
- Flash drive
Exporting and importing bookmarks like this is actually an old way to duplicate your bookmarks into a different device. Google Chrome already implemented a synchronization process that automatically copying all bookmarks when you logged in to a new device with the same Google account.
Nevertheless, we might not always able to use Chrome’s Sync feature and not all computers have a decent internet speed. So, feel free to use this method as long as it serves your needs.