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Is there anyone who knows about how to transfer my history from chrome to a new computer. I have changed my laptop now I am trying to transfer but fail to do this. If you know then help me.
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At times, you may feel the need of transferring browser history data from your old browser to a new browser. Till the year 2011, there was no way to export the present history. Rather, you had to go to the folder where Chrome's history is stored and then you can copy and paste it to another location.
Users who have been using a particular browser for a long amount of time have saved preferences, bookmarks, and passwords. Earlier when you planned to switch browsers, you were forced to give up all these saved preferences. But now, you can easily import the Chrome history to the new browser.
Below are the simple steps that you need to follow in order to import the Chrome history to Firefox.
Step 1: Once you are done installing Firefox, then you need to go to the icon of "Library" given on the right side of your browser's location bar.
Step 2: After that, select the Bookmarks option in the drop-down menu.
Step 3: Go to the end of the drop-down menu and then select the option of "Show all bookmarks".
Step 4: Now, choose the option of "Import data from another browser".
Step 5: Choose the option of Chrome from the option of Import settings and data. After that, you will get a reminder to close the other internet browser.
Step 6: In case you have two Google profiles established with Chrome, then you will have to select the one that you want to move.
Step 7: This will allow you to move your bookmarks, browsing history, and cookies. Deselect the data that you don't need and then select the option of Continue.
Step 8: Once everything is done, then you will receive a message called "Import Complete".
The great thing about Safari is that it does not wait for your approval. The history from Chrome gets transferred the moment you launch Safari. You can see your bookmark folders in the favorites page.
You can easily see your bookmarks in the imported section.
Below are the simple steps that you need to follow in order to transfer history if you switch from Chrome to Safari.
Step 1: Open the menu bar and then select the file. After that, select the option of Import From and then choose Google Chrome. If you want, you can select the Bookmarks HTML file.
Step 2: Now, you need to select whether you want to transfer history or bookmarks or both. After that, select the option of Import.
Level 11318 Point Active 2 days ago
When switching to a new computer, you may want to transfer some data. One of them is your internet browsing history. As of May 2011, there is no way to export the current history in Google Chrome. Instead, you can navigate to the folder where Chrome saves its history and copy it to a different computer.
Step 1 - On the old computer, open "Computer" from the "Start" orb on Windows Vista and 7, or "My Computer" from the "Start" menu on Windows XP.
Step 2 - In Windows Vista and 7, navigate to "C:UsersUser Name>AppDataLocalGoogleChromeUser DataDefault" or "C:Documents and SettingsUser Name>Local SettingsApplication DataGoogleChromeUser DataDefault" in Windows XP. Transfer the "History" file to a USB flash drive.
Step 3 - On the new computer, open "Computer" from the "Start" orb in Windows Vista and 7, or "My Computer" from the "Start" menu in Windows XP.
Step 4 - In Windows Vista and 7, navigate to "C:UsersUser Name>AppDataLocalGoogleChromeUser DataDefault," or "C:Documents and SettingsUser Name>Local SettingsApplication DataGoogleChromeUser DataDefault" in Windows XP. Delete the "History" file from the flash drive and replace it in the "Default" folder.
Step 5 - On the new computer, open Chrome and press "Ctrl" + "h" to view the history.
Choose Transfer My History From Chrome to a New Computer.
All of your Mozilla Firefox settings and add-ons are saved in a profile folder. Each computer user account has its own profiles folder. In this folder, Firefox saves all of your personal data, such as bookmarks, history, cache, saved passwords, and other information. Copy the profile folder to the new computer to transfer your Firefox configuration, including settings and add-ons.
Step 1: If Firefox is open on the old computer, close it.
Step 2: On the old computer, click "Start," then type "%Appdata%" into the search box at the bottom of the Start menu and hit "Enter."
Step 3: Select "Copy" from the menu that appears when you right-click the "Mozilla" folder.
Step 4: Insert a USB flash drive or other removable media into your old computer.
Step 5: Go to the USB flash drive or other removable media device, right-click it, and select "Paste."
Step 6: Unplug your old computer's USB flash drive or other removable media and connect it to your new computer.
Step 7: Exit Firefox if it is still open on the new computer.
You've just bought a new computer and transferred the majority of your important documents. You launch Internet Explorer, but you can't remember where you found that delicious recipe. Whatever the case may be, you'll simply open the history - except that the history hasn't been exported to your new computer.
Unfortunately, Windows does not include an automatic wizard for transferring the history of Internet Explorer from one computer to another. Instead, you'll have to do it by hand.
Step 1: Insert your USB drive into an available USB port on your old computer (the one you want to transfer the history from).
Step 2: Double-click on "My Computer" to launch it.
The address assigned to the device through which you connect to the Internet is known as your IP address. When you browse the Internet, your Internet browser stores a history of your browsing sessions for future reference. You can easily find your IP address Internet history by using your browser.
Step 1: Open your Internet browser and select "Tools" from the top-right horizontal menu bar.
Step 2: Select "Internet Options" from the drop-down menu (or "Clear Recent History" for Mozilla users).
Step 3: Select "Settings" from the drop-down menu beneath the "Browsing History" subheading.