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How do I use my Internet Explorer favorites everywhere?

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How do I use my Internet Explorer favorites everywhere, at home(my own PC) ,in office(our company's PC) or in my travel(my laptop )?

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hum, why not try portable software?

I use portable software ,such as ******* v3,ceedo, Install all of my favorite software in the ******* platform,take all setting and applications with you, you only need an USB drive.You simply install it on a portable storage device and then plug into any PC. After that, you can access either a program or a data like you are working from your own computer.

good luck!

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just copy this folder

C:\Documents and Settings\"YOUR USER NAME"\Favorites

and past in any computer again

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I zip up my Favorites folder and email it to myself.

No matter where I am or who's computer I am on, as long as I can access the internet, I have my Favorites handy.

shark

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Firefox has a great extension that does all the work for you, it´s called foxmarks, it sinchronizes your bookmarks automatically, wherever you are.

Justo go to china, install firefox+foxmarks and voilá, your favorites are automatically downloaded.

Regards

ps:btw, in IE,go to File/import-export

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