After you use a computer for a long period of time, you probably customize it to work ideally to meet your needs. This includes setting up everything from the icons on your desktop to the bookmarks you use in your Web browser. If you want to back up those bookmarks or transfer them to another computer, you can easily export them to your desktop in a single HTML file. This feature is available in nearly all Web browsers, including Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox and Microsoft Internet Explorer.
Open the Chrome Web browser on your computer.
Click on the wrench icon in the upper-right corner of the window.
Click "Bookmark Manager" and choose "Organize" within the manager.
Click "Export bookmarks." A "Save As" window will open.
Navigate to the desktop of your computer and click "Save."
Open the Firefox Web browser on your computer.
Click the "Bookmarks" button near the top of the window.
Click "Show all bookmarks," which opens the Library window.
Click the "Import and Backup" button and choose "Export HTML."
Navigate to your desktop.
Open the Internet Explorer Web browser on your computer.
Click the "Favorites" star icon near the top of the window.
Click the arrow beside the "Add to favorites button" and select "Import and export."
Click "Export to a file" and choose "Next."
Click the check box beside "Favorites."
Click the favorites folder you prefer to export. If you click the main "Favorites" folder, all of your favorites will export.
Click the "Browse" button to open a window where you can navigate to your desktop. Click "Save."
Click "Export" and choose "Finish."