You create bookmarks in Google Chrome so that you can access a web page that you discovered in the past and wanted to save for future or continued use. This tutorial will describe two methods that you can use to open a previously made bookmark in Google Chrome.
The first thing you need to do is open the list of bookmarks. To do this, click on the Settings button () and then select Bookmarks. This will open a list of bookmarks as shown below. To open the particular bookmark, simply click on it and the bookmarked page will open in Chrome.
It is also possible to open bookmarks directly from the Google Chrome Bookmark Manager. To open the bookmark manager, you can press the Ctrl+Shift+O keyboard combination at the same time or click on the Settings button (), then Bookmarks, and then Bookmark Manager.
When the Bookmark Manager opens you will see the list of bookmarks that you have created. To open one, simply double-click on the bookmark and Google will open the web page in a new tab.
You can now close the bookmark manager tab.
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