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I like Firefox Sync, but I prefer the Chrome browser. I don't use Chrome because it requires me to log in with my Google account to sync bookmarks. From a privacy point of view, I don't like that. Is there a way to use Chrome without logging in, but get my bookmarks synced across my machines?

I'm not necessarily interested in syncing between Chrome and firefox.

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I just saw this support.google.com/chrome/answer/1181035 Can I trust it? Why should I trust it? – Mark Allison Feb 17 '14 at 11:06

You can import/export your bookmarks for Chrome as a HTML file through the bookmark manager of Chrome.

If you export your bookmarks from your source Chrome, you will be able to import them in a new Chrome installation.

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