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I want to be able to transfer Google Chrome's click history, that is, I want the Chrome installation in my new computer to show the links (for example, google search results) that I have visited previously in my current computer, as clicked. Backing up of the history list in this computer would also be nice, but not absolutely required. For Firefox I have used Mozbackup; I suppose what I need is something similar. I have seen this, but it is not what I am looking for. I need to be able to transfer these settings from USB.

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Google Web History can be set up to track things other than just search. If you're using Internet Explorer, install the Google Toolbar (only available for Internet Explorer) which will then submit all the URLs you access to Google Web History. If you're using Chrome, all of the features of Google Toolbar are already built into it.

Signing in to Chrome brings your bookmarks, history, and other settings to all your devices. Anything you update on one device instantly updates everywhere else, and your Chrome stuff is safe in case anything happens to your computer.

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