Function of modern browsers "Favorites", or"Bookmarks" allows you not to remember links to frequently visited sites, and store them directly in the browser, so that after a single click you can access the required resource.
When reinstalling the system, you must transfer all links to a newly installed browser.
You will need
- - a computer-
- - The browser.
Export the "Favorites" in the programInternet Explorer. To do this, run the program from the main menu, then click the "Add to Favorites" button, select "Import and Export". The Export and Import Wizard will start, click the "Next" button in the window that opens.
Select "Export Favorites", clickOn the button "Next". Select the folder you want to save from the favorites. To export all the links from the favorites, select the top-level folder, click the "Next" button. In the Documents folder, a file called Bookmark.htm will be created.
To change the place of saving the favorite, specify the desired folder, click "Next". In the last wizard window, click "Finish" to finish saving favorites links from Internet Explorer.
Export "Bookmarks" from MozillaFirefox. To do this, run the program from the main menu, then go to the "Bookmarks" menu, select "Manage bookmarks", then in a new window select the "Import and Reservation" menu at the top of the screen.
In this menu, make a backup copy of the bookmarks,It can only be opened in this program. Alternatively, select the item "Export to HTML", in the opened window select the location of the file and its name. Click the "Save" button.
Export bookmarks from Opera, forStart the browser, go to the "Bookmark" menu, select the "Manage bookmarks" option. Click the "File" button, select the menu item "Export Opera bookmarks". Select the location where you want to save the bookmarked file, enter the file name and click Save.
Launch the Google Chrome browser toExport bookmarks from it. Click on the wrench sign, select "Bookmark Manager". In the window that opens, click "Arrange", select the option "Export bookmarks" and save as the previous step.