I guess this is my day to seeking advice. You were so helpful with my last request, here's one more.
My laptop (using it right now) is on its last legs. I'm getting a replacement in a couple of days. I'm not the most computer-savvy guy.
I have a slew of bookmarked webpages on my current laptop. Is there an easy handy-dandy way to save all of these bookmarks for easy transfer to my new laptop?
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What browser are you using? I know Chrome, and I think Edge and FireFox allow you to create an account. It will then store all our bookmarks. When you log into your browser your bookmarks will be there.
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