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How to Transfer Chrome Bookmarks to Edge/Firefox on Windows?

Posted on Jan 17, 2018 by Tracy King to Computer Instruction

Are you trying to transfer the Chrome bookmarks to your other browsers such as IE Edge or Firefox? Here on this page, we will show you how to efficiently transfer and share Chrome bookmarks to IE Edge or Firefox with two reliable methods. Just follow to see how to share and use your Chrome bookmarks on other browsers with ease now.

How to transfer and share my Chrome bookmarks to IE Edge or Firefox?

"Hi guys, do you know how to use the Chrome saved bookmarks on a new browser such as IE Edge or Firefox? I have kept many useful websites as bookmarks in my Chrome browser.
But sometimes, the Chrome may not work properly. So I think that if I can use those bookmarks on the IE Edge or Firefox, things would be perfect. 
If you know how to share the Chrome saved bookmarks on other browsers, please help me. Thank you

As we all know that the Chrome, Firefox and IE Edge browser all support to export and import bookmarks on Windows computer. If you are trying to find a reliable way to help you do the job, you are at the right place. Here in the below, you’ll see two reliable methods for bookmarks transferring among website browsers from Chrome to IE Edge/Firefox, and you may just follow either one to realize your goal now.

Method 1. Transfer Chrome Bookmarks to Edge/Firefox with Backup and Recovery Software

If you prefer a simple way to transfer the Chrome bookmarks to Firefox or IE Edge, you can apply professional backup and recovery software for help.

Here you may try EaseUS Todo Backup which allows you to backup and restore Chrome bookmarks to IE/Firefox for free within 30 days. You can download, install this software on your computer and follow methods here below to make Chrome bookmarks work on your IE/Firefox now:

Step 1. Launch EaseUS Todo Backup and then click File Backup.

Transfer Chrome bookmarks to new brower.

Step 2. Select Chrome bookmarks by following the below path:
Computer > system (C:) > Users > Username > AppData > Chrome;
Then select a destination to save Chrome bookmarks.

Find Chrome bookmarks to transfer to IE/Firefox.

Step 3. Select a temporary location on your computer to save the Chrome bookmark backup image and click on Proceed to start backing up and export Chrome bookmarks.

Step 4. After this process, run EaseUS Todo Backup on your computer again.

Step 5. Click Browse to Recover and select the latest backups of your Chrome bookmarks and choose recovery destination: 
IE Browser: C:\Users\username\AppData\Local\Packages\Microsoft.MicrosoftEdge_8wekyb3d8bbwe\AC\MicrosoftEdge\User\Default\Favorites
Firefox: C:\Users\(username)\AppData\Roaming\Mozilla\Firefox\Profiles\Bookmarks\
Just wait for the process complete and then you can relaunch the IE Edge or Firefox browser, there you shall be able to view Chrome bookmarks on your current browser by then.

Method 2. Manually Transfer and share Chrome bookmarks to IE Edge/Firefox

The most straightforward way that may try is to copy and paste Chrome bookmarks to IE/Firefox on the local drive of your computer. You can find the Chrome bookmarks HTML file and copy & paste it to the relative location of IE/Firefox on your computer with the below tips now:

1. Open and find Chrome bookmarks on your local drive of Windows PC by following this path: 
C:\Users\(username)\AppData\Local\Google\Chrome\User Data\Default\local storage(or Bookmarks)
2. Find and copy the Chrome bookmark HTML file.
3. Go to IE or Firefox storage location on your local computer hard drive:

IE Edge: C:\Users\username\AppData\Local\Packages\Microsoft.MicrosoftEdge_8wekyb3d8bbwe\AC\MicrosoftEdge\User\Default\Favorites\
Firefox: C:\Users\(username)\AppData\Roaming\Mozilla\Firefox\Profiles\Bookmarks\
4. Paste the Chrome bookmark HTML file into the relative folder of IE or Firefox.
5. After this, restart your IE or Firefox browser, you will be able to view new Chrome bookmarks on your current running browser by now.