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Import browser settings into Chrome

Tuesday, 23 August 2011 | By Patrick Stafford
Tech TricksStarting with a new browser can be annoying. You need to import features and settings to ensure that your new program runs just as well as your old one.

 

But in Chrome, there’s actually a way to have the browser do this for you. You can actually download browsing settings from another program.

 

To do so, open the Settings feature by pressing the wrench icon on the top right corner of the screen. After doing this, click on “Personal Stuff” on the left-hand side of the screen.

 

There, click on the “Import data from another browser” option. Then choose which program from which you would like to import data, and then complete the prompts. This will ensure all your settings are carried over.