Copy favorites from IE to Firefox and Chrome

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Copy favorites from IE to Firefox and Chrome.

I am a new user of Firefox and Chrome. I have been using IE for 10 years and decided to work on FF and Chrome. Can anyone help me understand where the favorites path is so i can copy my favorites into it.

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Ta

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Answered By 0 points N/A #87403

Copy favorites from IE to Firefox and Chrome

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Hi,

It easy to import you bookmarks from Internet Explorer too the Firefox or Google chrome. Just follow the following steps.

Firefox:

1. Open Firefox.

2. Click on the 'Book Mark' tab at the top of the window.

3. Click on organize bookmarks.

4. Library Tab will open click on the 'Organize and backup' button.

5. Click import from 'another browser'.

6. Choose Internet explorer.

7. You have successfully imported the Bookmarks.

For Google Chrome:

1. Open Google chrome.

2. Click on The wrench at the right most top of the window.

3. Click on bookmarks >>import bookmarks and settings.

4. Choose the browser you want to import from.

5. You have successfully imported the settings.

Answered By 0 points N/A #87404

Copy favorites from IE to Firefox and Chrome

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Hi Tabatha Sailer,

Ok importing your IE to Firefox is easy, open your Firefox and then go to History tab, click "Show all history" and then the Library window will appear.

Click the "Import and Backup" and then select the " Import Data from another Browser" and Import wizard will appear then select IE, click next and list will appear what types of setting or information you want to import.

Just select what you want to import then click finish. Now your imported favorites will appear in Bookmark menu that named 'From Internet Explorer".

Importing your IE favorites to Chrome, open your Chrome go to "wrench" icon located in the upper hand corner of your chrome, go to bookmarks then select Import bookmarks and settings.

Then the Import bookmarks and setting will appear and then select IE, select what items you want to import, then select import. All your import is complete and your data will be available now in Chrome.

Hope this will help,

Gothman Pil

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