Online bookmark storage?


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qhelix

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I'd like to backup all my IE Favourites onto a website so that I can transfer all the bookmarks to my laptop, or get the bookmarks back after formatting my computer (something which I do once every few months). Can someone suggest a site? Best if I can upload everything in one shot rather than have to manually enter each URL.
 

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qhelix

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Originally posted by StreetShooter
Just use URL2HTML and upload the resulting HTML file to the web.
I got an Error 404 when I tried to download it.
 

StreetShooter

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Try this site instead. ;)

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Got it. Thanks a lot!
 

Kho King

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hmm...copying Favourites of IE? I thought it is just copying the entire favourites folder under the Windows directory, zip it if necessary, and unzip it into your labtop windows Favorite directory. With 1.44MB diskette, you probably wouldn't need to zip your Favorite folder.

This is what I did when I migrate to a new computer.
 

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qhelix

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Guess I could do that, but what I'm worried about is when my comp crashes big time and I can't recover it (it has happened before). Guess I'll just have to remember where I kept the diskette.
 

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if you have a ftp account (geocities), then you can also zip the folder and upload there. Easy and fast. No need any program in between.
 

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