How do I easily copy my Firefox settings and bookmarks to Chrome? I know that there is a tool for Safari, but not Firefox. Any ideas?
Answer by Mihkel · Jul 26, 2010 at 09:52 AM
Press the wrench button (see below) in Chrome at the upper right corner, right below the X button. Then choose 'Options', 'Personal Stuff' tab (see below). Then click import data from another browser. Choose Mozilla Firefox from the dropdown menu and continue (see below). Good luck! You could also download this: http://www.gettransmute.com/download/
Answer by Liam Quade · Jul 28, 2010 at 07:37 PM
If you want to sync your bookmarks you can use a great extension called XMarks. I love that extension (Just Google it). It works on Chrome Firefox, IE, and Safari. It stores your bookmarks in an online database and automatically syncs them.
Answer by kaygee · Oct 29, 2010 at 10:46 PM
I don't know about Chrome, but Firefox has the selection to Export Bookmarks to HTML. This saves them in an HTML format, and most browsers that I've tried are able to import HTML into their Bookmark or Favorite files.
Used to be, you could export bookmarks to a .csv (comma separated values) file, too, but I no longer see that option.
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