Google Chrome includes a bookmark management tool that allows you to organize your bookmarks, export them for backup or import them from another computer. This allows you change Web browsers or purchase a new computer without fear that you will have difficulty finding your favorite websites again.
Insert a removable storage device such as a USB flash drive into the old computer, and then launch Google Chrome.
Click the three lines in the upper-right corner of the Google Chrome window, and then click “Bookmarks” and “Bookmark Manager.” You can also press CTRL + Shift + O on your keyboard. A new browser tab opens, displaying all of your stored bookmarks. chrome://bookmarks/
Click the “Organize” button in the upper-left corner of the browser tab, and then click “Export Bookmarks.” A new window with the title “Save As” appears.
Navigate in the “Save As” window to the removable storage device, and then click the “Save” button. Google Chrome automatically gives the file a name such as “My Bookmarks.html.”
Transfer the removable storage device to the new computer, and launch Google Chrome.
Click the three lines button in the upper right hand corner, and then click “Bookmarks” and “Bookmark Manager.”
Click the “Organize” button, and then click “Import Bookmarks.” A new window titled “Open” appears.
Navigate in the “Open” window to the removable storage device, and double-click the Google Chrome bookmarks file. A new folder called “Imported” appears on the left side of the Bookmark Manager tab.
Click the “Imported” folder to see your bookmarks.