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The browser is using chromium engine so we can guess that it should have Google Account sign in. So there are two ways to save bookmarks to other computer including sync data with email account and other one is to export and than import bookmarks manually.

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I know the post is old, but you can export bookmarks from the browser and then import them into the other computer's browser.  Click on 3 dots, go to bookmarks, then bookmark manager, then click on 3 dots again and select export bookmarks.

To import them into other computer browser do the same thing except select import bookmarks.

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On 03/09/2021 at 04:23, Kent Linkletter said:

If the problem is that they don't want to provide cloud storage for our settings ...

Cloud storage space for bookmarks would not consume a large amount of space.  A free privacy-centric browser requiring users to create accounts is something that would require careful consideration before introducing.

On 29/04/2020 at 22:46, Mike Aurthor said:

it should have Google Account sign in

Although outsourcing account management to a 3rd party would seem on its face to be a convenient solution, I do not see us going down a path that has us sharing user data with Google.  Or Facebook.

On 03/09/2021 at 04:23, Kent Linkletter said:

... perhaps they could use something like Dropbox or Google Drive to store a shared settings file. 

... and, as with CCleaner itself, we certainly don't want to be touching users' cloud storage accounts.

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