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  1. Michael
    January 2, 2021 @ 6:42 pm

    Absolutely fantastic for a computer illiterate like me. However, the major, major disappointment was when I managed to navigate my way through the Default folder there was no 'Bookmark' file there. I've tried look in other files and folders for it but without success. Local Disk (C:) the Default folder was to go into the 'Administrator' folder instead of the as I couldn't find a username for myself. So good learning a bit but to no avail unfortunately.

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  2. Brian Steer
    June 1, 2017 @ 6:07 pm

    My preference is for IE as the urls are just ordinary files that can be copied and moved with any file explorer. The Bookmarks file is an HTML file that contains every bookmark, so making it difficult to edit, if it were viable. I have around 11,000 urls and I often move them around with file explorer. Plus I can back them up to my NAS automatically so they are available on any PC I use both on my company PC as well as my own ones.

    I am becoming disillusioned with using Chrome, Epic and other similar browsers.

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  3. Robert Sayles
    January 20, 2017 @ 9:57 pm

    Why in the hell does Google make it so difficult to get to bookmarks. When I went to make a bookmark or go to a bookmark, I don't want to hunt all over for it. CM browser takes 3 seconds to make a bookmark, 15 seconds to pull them up. Rediculous.

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  4. RAY
    August 15, 2015 @ 6:30 pm

    this does not work if chrome does not open(one of the problems you specify in the preceding page) I am using IE to get access to the web because chrome will not load, therefor I cannot access the chrome bookmarks to save them.

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