If you are moving from Internet Explorer, or Mozilla Firefox, or Edge to Google Chrome and thinking to have all your bookmarks websites, saved passwords, and search engines in Google Chrome, here’s how to import Bookmarks from any internet browser into Google Chrome.
Basically, the option to import bookmarks is available in every internet browser that I have mentioned above. This option made it easy for you to switch to any browser you preferred. Personally, I use Google Chrome for my daily driver for almost all my activities.
How to import Bookmarks in Google Chrome
To import your previous bookmark on any internet browser to Google Chrome, follow the step by step instructions below:
- Open Google Chrome.
- Click the three-verticle dots located on the top-right if the window.
- Select Bookmarks.
- Select Import bookmarks and settings.
- In Import bookmarks and settings popup window.
- Select any browser you wanted to import the bookmarks.
- Under Select items to import:
- Browsing history – uncheck to exclude
- Favorites/bookmarks – check
- Saved passwords – uncheck to exclude
- Search engine – uncheck to exclude
- Click Import.
Now all your bookmarks have been imported to the Google Chrome bookmark folder. To see all the bookmarks you have imported to Google Chrome, you can follow step 2 and 3 above to open the default bookmarks folder.