Bookmarks and Favorites
With hundreds of millions of websites and more coming online daily, you will undoubtedly find ones you want to revisit. Bookmarks and Favorites save Web addresses so you can return to them quickly, without having to retype them. Whether you are using Mozilla Firefox, Internet Explorer, Safari, Chrome or another browser, the procedure is similar.
To save a web page, go to Bookmarks or Favorites on the menu bar and click on Add to... When you open your list, the title of the page you added will appear at the bottom of the list. To access the page, double-click on the title.Put Your Links in Order
After a while you'll discover that you've got dozens of bookmarks. It's now time to organize them into folders.
If you use Internet Explorer 7.0 or 8.0 click on Favorites on the menu bar to open the Favorites window. Now select Organize Favorites. Click the New Folder button to create a folder, then name it. We suggest organizing your bookmarks in folders by subjects, such as Sports, Travel, News, Games, etc. Now click on each Favorite once, hold down your left mouse button and drag the Favorite into the appropriate subject folder.
With Firefox 2.0 or later, click on Bookmarks on the menu bar to open the Bookmarks window. Now select Organize Bookmarks. Click the New Folder button to create a folder, name it, click on each Bookmark once, hold down your left mouse button and drag it into the subject folders.
Sometimes the names of the bookmarks aren't descriptive, so you may want to alter them. With Explorer, open the Favorites window, then right-click the Favorite to change. Select Rename from the pop-up menu and type a new name.
Last update: Jan 8, 2010