The best way to delete all your bookmarks in Google Chrome is to use a program called “Cremia.”
If you’ve never heard of this program, here’s how to install it on your computer.
Launch the Google Chrome browser.
Click on “Add New Tab” at the top right of the window.
Click “New Tab” once more.
In the new window, type “cremia” and hit Enter.
Click the “Start” button at the bottom of the screen.
At the bottom, type the word “CREMIA” and press Enter.
Now, when you open the browser, you’ll see a list of your bookmarked pages.
Click one of them to remove it. 8.
If you want to delete multiple pages at once, simply click on them one after the other to delete them all at once.
If all this doesn’t make sense, you may have accidentally deleted your bookmark by mistake.
To remove all your booksmarks, click on the Bookmark bar at the very top of the list and click on “Clear Bookmark List” at this point.
To delete a specific bookmark, simply press Ctrl+F11 to open the File menu.
Then, click the bookmark icon at the right of this menu.
Under the Bookmarks tab, type in “cresia” (or “remain”).
Now click on Clear Bookmark list.
You’ll see all your old bookmarks, sorted by last seen date.
Click any bookmark to delete it. 15.
The final step to removing all your useless bookmarks is to simply delete it from the “Other” folder.
When you open “Other,” you’ll notice a new folder called “cache.”
Now just click on that folder to clear it. 17.
You can also delete all the bookmarks you delete by deleting “Other.”
Now, you’ve just got to go back to the bookmarked page you deleted and click the “Clear bookmark List button.”
You’ve now removed all the annoying bookmark in Google’s browser.
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