Google Chrome is undoubtedly the fastest desktop browsing software out there for Windows. Google Chrome browser today has almost equal or more market share than Mozilla Firefox, thanks to it’s simple interface and awesome features. Google has been updating on regular basis by including new features and fixing issues.
Users who use Chrome as their primary web browsing software probably have saved a number of web pages as bookmarks, and also passwords for online services. At times, you might want to backup your passwords and bookmarks.
If you’re looking for an option to backup your bookmarks, history and passwords, you need to take the help of third-party tools. Google Chrome Backup is a free application to quickly backup and restore Chrome browser profiles in a jiffy. With this tool you can easily backup your personal data such as bookmarks, history and passwords. The tool even lets you password protect the backup file.
Even though you can manually backup all data by navigating to User Data folder located in Users\YourUserName\AppData\Local\Google\Chrome, Chrome Backup lets you compress and password protect the backup file. You can choose between low, medium or high compression rates to save some disk space.
Related: How to enable remote desktop in Google Chrome and how to create your own Chrome theme.
Run the backup tool, right-click on the user profile to backup, restore or delete the profile. If you have created a new profile, you can also add it the Google Chrome Backup by using the Add profile option.
This tool is completely free. Advanced users can go for the Google Chrome Backup Bonus version (paid version).
Update: Google Chrome now lets users sync passwords, bookmarks, and open tabs across your computes. Follow our how to sync passwords and bookmarks in Chrome guide to know more this feature.