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I just upgraded to Google Chrome on the Mac. It automatically keeps my bookmarks synchornized through my google account. But I can't figure out where those bookmarks are kept or how to access them.

I'd really like to sync those bookmarks with Safari on mac and with Firefox on mac, windows, and Linux. And even with IE on Windows. Anybody know how to do this?

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From the help page:

Your synced bookmarks also show up in Google Docs. They appear in a new folder called "Google Chrome." So if you ever need to access your bookmarks on a different browser or computer, you can just visit Google Docs.

Personally, I use Xmarks to sync all my browsers/machines to each other. There are extensions for all the major browsers (including IE).

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+1 for the Xmarks recommendation – Andrew Mar 7 '10 at 19:11
    
+1 for Xmarks too. Been using it since it was Foxmarks... – Shevek Mar 7 '10 at 19:16
    
+1 Xmarks is the man. – finiteloop Mar 7 '10 at 20:06
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Thanks, but I prefer to put all of my personal information at only one company... – vy32 Mar 9 '10 at 15:36

I like to advise to use Delicious Extensions for Chrome.

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