Shifting to a new web browser needs many settings to be done before you are all set with it. You have to learn every thing in the new browser, like the keyboard shortcuts and other things. And most of all, you would need every bookmark that you had in the previous browser. And in Google chrome browser you would see an option with which you can import bookmarks from any of your previous browser, which can be Firefox, Internet Explorer etc.
Here is a tutorial on how to import bookmarks and other content such as settings of search, saved passwords and history -
Open the Google chrome browser
Go to the right options menu and click on the “Import Bookmarks and Settings…” to start the importing of data from the other browsers. A pop-up appears with a set of options and for you to select the browser from which the data has to be imported.
The following things can be imported from the other web browser -
- Search Settings
- Saved Passwords
- Browsing history
Select the ones you want to import and then click Import when you select the browser.
The import process completes very fast and you can stop the import if you need.
You can view the imported bookmarks in the right top of the browser as “Imported from ” under “Imported Bookmarks section.”