In this article, I would like to touch on the topic of bookmark synchronization.
First, I’ll briefly tell you my story of work and torment with bookmarks.
About two years ago, I was still using the Opera browser, I had a constant problem with bookmarks and various settings in the browser. Then I had the good old Windows XP installed, and I often had to reinstall it, especially with my constant experiments on the computer. So there was an acute problem of restoring everything that had accumulated in the browser: bookmarks, browsing history of various sites, saved passwords, etc. All this after reinstalling the system, and by itself after reinstalling the browser, was lost. It was necessary to drive everything in again. A little later, I realized that you can export all bookmarks (save a backup copy), and after reinstalling the browser, import them (restore from a saved file). Continue reading