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Friday, January 15, 2010

Google Chrome Beta Gets Bookmark Sync

                THE latest beta version of Google’s Chrome Web browser is making it easier for you to keep track of your entire favorite Web sites across multiple computers. The search giant introduced bookmark syncing this week as a feature of Chrome’s latest trial version.

    Once you’ve downloaded the Chrome beta, you can access the new feature by clicking on the wrench icon on the far right side of your browser window. Then select “Synchronize my bookmarks,” and a pop-up window should appear asking you for your Google Account information. Sign in, and Chrome will store your bookmarks in your Google Docs account.

     When you add, delete, or edit your Chrome bookmarks on any device, those changes will be updated across all your computers. You can also add bookmarks from other Web browsers like Firefox and Internet Explorer by importing the data into Chrome.

      If Google Chrome is not your thing, but you like the concept of bookmark syncing, you can also get the same functionality on other popular browsers. Internet Explorer users can download the Windows Live Toolbar to store and sync bookmarks with Microsoft’s online storage service, SkyDrive.

     Firefox users can download the Xmark add-on that allows you to synchronize your bookmarks and passwords. And Opera users can get in on the syncing action through Opera Link. If you don’t want to be tied down to a specific browsers brand, try out Delicious, the social online bookmarking site.

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