Where Are Google Chrome Bookmarks Stored on My Computer?

Google Chrome bookmarks are stored in a specific folder on your computer. The location of this folder depends on the operating system you’re using. Here’s how to find your Chrome bookmarks folder on different operating systems:

Windows:

  1. Open File Explorer and go to the following directory: C:\Users\YourUserName\AppData\Local\Google\Chrome\User Data\Default
  2. In this directory, you should see a file named “Bookmarks” and a file named “Bookmarks.bak”. These files contain your Chrome bookmarks.

Mac:

  1. Open Finder and press “Shift + Command + G” to bring up the “Go to folder” window.
  2. Type “~/Library/Application Support/Google/Chrome/Default” in the “Go to folder” field and click “Go”.
  3. In this directory, you should see a file named “Bookmarks” and a file named “Bookmarks.bak”. These files contain your Chrome bookmarks.

Linux:

  1. Open your file manager and navigate to the following directory: ~/.config/google-chrome/Default
  2. In this directory, you should see a file named “Bookmarks” and a file named “Bookmarks.bak”. These files contain your Chrome bookmarks.

It’s worth noting that if you have signed in to your Google account in Chrome, your bookmarks will also be synced to your Google account. This means that you can access your bookmarks on any device where you’re signed in to Chrome with the same Google account.

In conclusion, finding your Chrome bookmarks folder is a quick and easy process, and knowing where it’s located can be useful if you need to access your bookmarks for backup or transfer purposes.