Browsers change and get updates all the time, so there may come a time when you need to choose a different one as your default.
The problem is that when you use a browser for too long, all of your personal settings stay there. This means that you have to set up a new browser from scratch when you switch to it.
If you decide to switch from Mozilla Firefox to Google Chrome, this is what will happen. Even though both are good Internet browsers, you may like Google Chrome better for one reason or another.
Open Google Chrome.
Export Bookmarks and Data from other Browsers to Google Chrome
Click on the three dots and select Bookmarks.
Select Import bookmarks and settings.
Select your old browser from the drop-down menu and click on Import.
How to sync bookmarks across different browsers?
Most of the time, you don’t even have to do much because you’ll be asked to import all your stuff to a newly installed browser.
Still, if you accidentally close the prompt or didn’t get one at all, you can do this by changing the settings in your browser.
Opera, Chrome, Firefox, Edge, and other browsers that can sync and import from each other have an Import bookmarks and settings option that is easy to find.
This option is in the section of the browser’s settings menu that deals with bookmarks.