Bookmark a single tag and bookmark all tags way

For a PC users, bookmark is not a vital thing, but for a user who working with a PC much, to use bookmark is required frequently, so let’s get clear on how to bookmark on PC and start from Google Chrome.

Step 1: Click the Setting button on the right corner, a mini-dialog appears to confirm the addition.
Step 2: Create a new folder, and named it with related name as your bookmark content.

Step 3: Click the option icon on the right of Setting, go to “Bookmarks”, drag the created folder to the location you like, you can place it on the first place if you use these bookmarks often.

Step 4: Make sure the web-site you want to book mark is opened, then click the Setting “Star” again to pop out the mini-dialog, and save your bookmark on the related folder you created just now. Click “Done”.

Another great, but often overlooked convenience, is being able to bookmark all open tabs at the same time. Maybe you’ve been researching something on the Internet for hours and have several tabs open, but need to stop for the day. What do you do? Leave your browser up and your computer on until you come back? Bookmark each tab individually? Nah.
Here’s how to bookmark all open browser tabs at once:
Chrome
Right-click on a tab and select “Bookmark all tabs” or hit Ctrl+Shift+D.

Firefox
Just like in Chrome, right-click on a tab and select “Bookmark All Tabs” or hit Ctrl+Shift+D.

Internet Explorer
Click on the “View favourite” icon, then the “Add favourite” drop-down menu. Select “Add current tabs to favourite.” You can save a few steps by hitting Alt+Z, then clicking on “Add current tabs to favourite.”

Now you can open the URL: Download YouTube video and play YouTube video on iPad easily after scanning, if you feel it is useful then bookmark it as the above way.

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