I am going to move from Mozilla Firefox to chrome due to high memory consumption by Mozilla because in my browsers atleast i open 7-10 tab average some times it’s go high that cause high memory consumption frequently Mozilla Firefox getting not responding. i also used RAMBACK Mozilla Add-on RAMBack will cause Firefox to issue an internal notification to free up memory that is otherwise held for performance purposes.
I think google chrome also do this they have a option for killing unresponsive page also i want check how chrome works because i started using Mozilla from early stage of it. and google chrome developed recently but it now better than Mozilla with lot of extensions. because it’s owned google they have lot of support staff resources and experienced engineers than Mozilla because it’s a foundation and Non profit organization.
how to import bookmarks from Firefox to chrome?
export bookmarks from Firefox
Click the Bookmarks button on the right side of the navigation toolbar and select Show All Bookmarks to open the Library window.
- From the toolbar on the Library window, click Import and Backup and choose Export Bookmarks to HTML….
- In the Export Bookmarks File window that opens, choose a location to save the file, which is named bookmarks.html by default. The desktop is usually a good spot, but any place that is easy to remember will work.
- Click the Save button. The Export Bookmarks File window will close.
- Close the Library window.
Your bookmarks are now successfully exported from Firefox. The bookmarks HTML file you saved is now ready to be imported into another web browser.
import bookmarks to chrome from Mozilla Firefox and internet explorer
- Click the Chrome menu .
- Select Bookmarks.
- Select Import bookmarks and settings.
- Select the program that contains the bookmarks you’d like to import.
- Click Import.
If you haven’t yet created any bookmarks in Chrome, the bookmarks you import will show up directly on the bookmarks bar, normally docked underneath the address bar. If you already have bookmarks within Chrome, the bookmarks you import will appear in a new folder called “Imported from Firefox” or “Imported from IE,” located at the end of the bar. You can also find your bookmarks by clicking the Chrome menu and selecting Bookmarks.