Having been frustrated by some of the recent regressions in Firefox 4, particularly those involving Flash graphs, I’ve picked up Chrome and so far couldn’t be happier.
Moving my bookmarks over wasn’t too hard either. Here’s how to do it.
In Firefox 4, click Bookmarks > Show All Bookmarks (or press Ctrl-Shift-O)
Then choose Import and Backup > Export HTML…
Save that file somewhere you can find it for the next step.
Now, in Chrome, open the Bookmark Manager. You can find it by clicking the wrench icon, then Bookmark Manager.
Now choose Organize > Import Bookmarks from the Bookmark Manager and import that HTML file you just exported from Firefox.
Readers may also want to consider trying the free service Xmarks, which features automatic bookmark syncing across multiple browsers using a plug-in. Supports Firefox, Chrome, Internet Explorer, and Safari (Mac OS).
This was done using Firefox 4.0.1 and Chromium Browser 10.0.648.205 (81283) on Ubuntu 11.04. Questions, comments, and feedback are welcome and appreciated!