Google Chrome bookmarks are stored in a file called “Bookmarks” in the user data folder. To find the bookmarks file in File Explorer, follow these steps:
- Open File Explorer by pressing the Windows key + E on your keyboard.
2. In the address bar at the top of the File Explorer window, type the following path:
Note: If your Chrome user profile is not named “Default”, replace “Default” in the path with the name of your profile folder.
Press Enter to navigate to the folder.
In the folder, you should see a file called “Bookmarks”. This file contains all of your Chrome bookmarks.
Note: The bookmarks file is a JSON file, so you may not be able to read it easily in File Explorer. You can open the file in a text editor like Notepad or use a third-party software to view your bookmarks in a more readable format.
That’s it! You have found your Google Chrome bookmarks in File Explorer.
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