The method of saving Favorites differs between browsers and computers, but here are a few sets of instructions for a few common browsers (up to date as of 09 December 2013):
Internet Explorer: Go to My Computer (or Computer) in the Start Menu, and double-click your hard drive. Then double-click either Users or Documents and Settings, and then your username. The Favorites folder can then be copy/pasted by right clicking the folder and clicking Copy, then going to your Flash/Pen Drive and right-clicking, then selecting paste. You may also have success with right-clicking the Favorites folder, selecting "Send to", and selecting the drive.
1. Click the Chrome Menu (three-lined button on the top-right of Chrome).
2. Select Bookmarks.
3. Select Bookmark Manager.
4. Click the Organize menu in the manager.
5. Select Export bookmarks.
This will let you save the Favorites as a file that can be opened on another computer or browser.
1. At the top of the Firefox window, click the "Bookmarks" menu and select "Show All Bookmarks" to open the Library window.
2. From the toolbar on the Library window, click "Import and Backup" and choose "Export Bookmarks to HTML...".
3. In the "Export Bookmarks File" window that opens, choose a location (your flash/pen drive) to save the file, which is named 'bookmarks.html' by default.
4. Click the "Save" button. The "Export Bookmarks File" window will close.
5. Close the "Library" window.
Your bookmarks are now successfully exported from Firefox. The bookmarks HTML file you saved is now ready to be imported into another web browser.
- Other browsers that are less frequently used are not listed here, but they have a fairly similar process. Enter the bookmarks or settings, and you will usually find an option to 'Export'.