How to Import Bookmarks from Edge to Google Chrome

Creating high-quality software products is not always easy. Developers spend a lot of time, money and efforts to create a perfect browser that might meet the needs of users. However, the needs of users are absolutely different. Some of them prefer using Chrome whereas others can’t do without Opera or Microsoft Edge. Nevertheless, there’s one common thing among all these users – we all have bookmarks in our browsers. We can’t do without them! 

In this review, we’ll discover how to import bookmarks from Edge to Chrome in a few easy steps.

How to Import Favorites into Chrome – Basic Tips to Follow!

If you wish to locate your favorites from Edge into Chrome, the first thing you must do is to find the Chrome menu in the upper right corner of the screen. Now, follow this guide: “Bookmarks – Import Bookmarks and settings”.

When you do this, you’ll see a drop-down list box.

Chrome browser can automatically detect what browsers are installed on your device. When you see the list of these browsers, you need to decide which browser you want to take bookmarks from. So choose Microsoft Edge.

You should keep in mind that when dealing with other browsers, you can transfer absolutely different information, including passwords, browsing history, etc. But in the case of Edge, you can import only bookmarks.

Wait for a few seconds, and you’ll see a blue tick, which shows that your import is successful. Now, the information about your favorites is available in Chrome. 

How to Import Edge Bookmarks to Chrome Manually?

It is another solution to this problem. The first thing you need to do is to open Edge on your computer. Now, click on three dots that are located at the top right corner or press the keyboards Alt+X. When you do this, you’ll see a setting menu. There are a few options in it; you need to choose “Import info from another browser”.

Choose “Export to File” option and decide its exact location of bookmarks on your device. In doing so, you’ll save your favorites as HTML files.

After completing this step, you need to open Chrome and do the same in this browser. You need to open “Import bookmarks and settings”, choose “Bookmarks HTML file”. Now, find the checkbox with “Favorites/Bookmarks” and click on the option “Choose File”. In the dropdown menu, you need to choose the HTML file with your favorites that you’ve just downloaded from Edge.

Now, you know how to import bookmarks from Microsoft Edge to Chrome and can easily do it yourself. This process is very simple and takes only a few minutes (even if you have a number of your favorite pages).