Reduce Google Chrome CPU Usage

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On September 15, 2016
Last modified:September 15, 2016


Backup chrome bookmarks and passwords to local are always recommended to keep the data safe and secure and easy to retrieve it whenever required.

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Chrome is one of the best web browsers on the globe which is being used by millions of people. We all love it because of its cool interface and easy to access our previous history. Backup of chrome data locally is always recommended though Google chrome backup all our data automatically respective google account which is synchronized with it.

If we backup chrome data we can restore bookmarks and passwords of respective sites whenever we lost the data by any miscellaneous clicks.

It just takes a couple of minutes to backup your chrome data with few clicks.

  1. Click on the three dotted menus at top right-hand side of the browser 
  2. Go to option called Bookmarks
  3. Click on the option Bookmark Manager
  4. Now click on the setting icon at top right hand side of the window
  5. Click on the option called Export bookmarks 


chrome bookmark manager

Export chrome bookmarks


That’s it a popup window opens asking to select the location to save a .html file, just locate it where to backup your chrome data.

This .html file consists of all your bookmarks in it which can be easily restored when ever required. This html file also can be imported to any other browser you would like to try.

If you are using chrome browser in multiple locations no need to worry chrome automatically sync all the data between your machines if your authorized them with your google account. All the passwords also get synchronized between them.

If you feel your chrome browser slow do check our article How to Reduce Google Chrome CPU Usage

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