Where does Google Chrome Store it's Bookmarks?

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asked Oct 29, 2020 in Google by playlist4443 (910 points)
Where does Google Chrome Store it's Bookmarks?

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answered Oct 29, 2020 by Salmorejo (4,990 points)
The Google Chrome Web Browser Stores it's Bookmarks in a file on your computer that is named bookmarks.

The link to the location of the bookmark folder and files for Google Chrome Bookmarks is at the path and link below.

C:\Users\username\AppData\Local\Google\Chrome\User Data\Default\Bookmarks)

However change the username to your username for the computer to get to the bookmarks.

When websites open new tabs in Chrome or other browsers it's because the website is coded to do that.

However the browsers do have the options to not allow the websites from opening new tabs.

If you prefer to open the tabs and web pages in the same tab then you can go to the settings in Chrome by clicking on the wrench icon.

Or look for the settings button and then choose options.

The button should be in the top right hand corner below the x that closes the browser.

Then choose the “Options”.

Choose the “Under the Hood” tab and then select “Content settings”.

Click the “Pop-ups” tab, select the “Do not allow any sites to show pop-ups (recommended)” radio button and then choose “Close”. Mozilla: Pop-up blocker.

You need to prevent pop ups from occurring which prevents chrome from opening new tabs.

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