Monday, December 12, 2011

How to Export Bookmarks from Firefox and Chrome to IE 9 Beta

Import Google Chrome Bookmarks

Importing Chrome bookmarks to IE 9 beta is very easy. Open Chrome and click on the wrench icon and select Bookmarks manager.

When the Bookmarks manager opens click on Organize \ Export bookmarks.

Export the Chrome bookmarks to a convenient location on your computer and close out of Chrome. Next open up IE 9 Beta and hit Alt+T to display the Toolbar and go to File \ Import and export.
Again select Import from a file and hit Next.
Browse to the location where you saved your Chrome bookmarks and hit Next.
Select the destination folder and click Import.
Now you will have your Google Chrome bookmarks available in IE 9 Beta.

Import Firefox Bookmarks

First open Firefox and and the Toolbar go to Bookmarks \ Organize Bookmarks.
Expand Import and Backup and select Export HTML.
Then export your Firefox bookmark collection to a convenient location on your hard drive.
Next open IE 9 Beta and hit Alt+T to bring up the Toolbar. Then click File \ Import and export.
In the Import/Export Settings select Import form a file. Notice there is Import from another browser, however we weren’t able to get it to work in our tests on our Windows 64-bit system…more on that in a minute.
Decide what you want to import, you can import Feeds and Cookies as well, but for this we just want the Bookmarks or Favorites as their called in IE.
Now browse to the location where you saved the exported Firefox bookmarks previously.
Select the destination for them…and click Import.
It should only take a second or two and there you are! All of your Firefox favorites are not in IE 9 beta.


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