Tuesday, March 29, 2011

Bookmark in Chrome

Chrome is an Internet browser released by Google that offers a minimalist approach to browsing. One feature of Google Chrome is the ability to bookmark and store your favorite websites. Chrome also provides a bookmark bar across the top of your browser to help you quickly access your bookmarks.
This article will help you to Bookmark a Web Site in Google Chrome.


  1. Open Google Chrome and enter a website you want to bookmark in the address bar.
  2. Click the star that is to the left of the web address you entered. The star turns yellow and a "Bookmark Added" message appears.
  3. Click the "+" icon in the upper-left corner of the Google Chrome window. A new tab opens for you to enter a website. You will notice your new bookmark has appeared in the bar for you to choose.
Tips & Warnings
  1. CTRL+SHIFT+B on your keyboard opens the Bookmark Manager in Google Chrome. It provides you a single point-of-entry to manage all bookmarks you create.
  2. Right-click on the Bookmark bar and create a folder. You can now can drag-and-drop bookmarks from the bar into the newly created folder.