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Google Chrome will allow you to make bookmarks while you're browsing the Web, a lot easier for you. It provides a number ...
of ways to bookmark sites and keep them organized.
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Hi! This is Mike Callahan, Dr. File Finder and welcome to part two of our special butterscotch.com 10 part tutorial on Google Chrome. Now, in this segment we’re going to look at bookmarks and how Google Chrome handles those. I have Google Chrome loaded on my desktop. Now, if you want a bookmark a site like butterscotch.com, just go to the front of the address bar and click the star. It pops up a small dialogue where you can type in the name or have the site name and you can also select where you want that bookmark to go. Into the Bookmarks bar, into other bookmarks or choose another folder. I’m going to leave it on the Bookmarks bar and say close.
Now, this here is the Bookmarks bar and I personally find it extremely useful because I keep the sites I go to most here so I don’t have to go into my bookmarks. I can just click up here my Gmail—Google, remember the milk and so on. Now, the other bookmarks folder that I mentioned is here and this is all of your different bookmark folders that you have.
Now, another nice thing about Google Chrome is that under the wrench icon which is your options, you can import your bookmarks and settings from both Internet Explorer and Firefox so that way you get them all in there. And with the address bar, you can have it so that it’s always showing or that is not showing at all. I personally like having it showing. And then lastly, when you create a new tab by clicking this plus sign in Google Chrome, it shows you the most visited sites and it’s kind of like a speed dial that’s available in—there’s also a plug in for Firefox but in Google Chrome it comes by default. And if the sites that you visit most often change then this will change. And that concludes part two.