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  1. Believe it or not, this is where Microsoft actually did good with security over other browsers (where it secures the cookies/data). M$’s IE secures the stored passwords and cookies via light encryption based on the current user’s windows’ account (the old nt profile concept). Merely copying files/profile over will not validate the files, as the guid and other items have changed from one computer to another.

  2. Yaakov Ellis says:

    Eric – I agree. I find it slightly disturbing that this personal information is not directly tied to an install. Someone could easily set up an autoexecute program on a USB thumb drive that would copy all of your cookies and history from chrome in less than 10 seconds – and then they have your email, and then they have everything.

  3. lanceloz says:

    Excellent, thank you! It worked like a breeze.

  4. AppreciativeVisitor says:

    Thanks for the very informative posting! Much appreciated.

  5. Henrik says:

    Very informative and useful article. Thanks. Seems like there is no simple method to manipulate a single cookie using file manager. Only via Chrome > Settings > Options > Under the Hood > Show Cookies

  6. Jeff says:

    Very informative, thank you. And personally I actually prefer the Google Chrome approach over the MS IE one. It saves time to be able to have everything in one folder/place, and if I feel that security is important well then I just won’t share my password/computer access in the first place.

  7. Gary says:

    Can the location of where Chrome stores Bookmarks be changed to a server share?

    This is what I do with Firefox and Thunderbird, by using the -profilemanager switch.

    If possible I would rather not store Bookmarks or other info, like passwords, in the Cloud and I don’t want to leave this stuff on client PCs.

  8. Henky says:

    This should be verry usefull, only problem is I don’t have a directory called application data or local settings and I am using XP :S.

  9. Gary says:

    Can Chrome be told that the ‘User Data’ directory should be stored onto a shared drive, such as a NAS or Server driver?

    TIA

    Gary

  10. koushik says:

    thanks man,it is really helpfull.

  11. Jack says:

    Gary, I don’t know the answer to your question and can only point you to Google’s Help page for Chrome.

    http://www.google.com/support/chrome/

    HTH. If it’s redundant then apologies.

  12. John Mitchell says:

    GARY, did you find your answer on how to move the Chrome user data to another drive. I need to find how to move the user profile much like in Firefox using the ‘Firefox.exe -userprofile’ command.

    Anyone??

  13. Gary says:

    Hi John

    No, I haven’t found a way of moving the Chrome profile onto a share. I can’t seem to get Chrome to hold settings in the cloud either, which is supposed to be possible.

    I wish I could do one or the other because I use Chrome from lots of different machines and places.

  14. John Mitechell says:

    Thanks Gary,

    Let’s keep in touch. If either of us finds a way, let’s tell on another.

    I find ‘Chrome’ to be very fast and efficient for most of my client needs. I store all data (Desktop, Favorites, Firefox Profiles, Documents, Music, Pictures, Downloads, etc.) on the D: drive of a clients machine. This allows me to restore a ‘ghost’ image back to C: drive with out fear of losing any client data. It’s worked flawless for me for years.

    I think you can see my dilema.. I need to get the Chrome Profile over to D: as well.

    I hope we figure it out sometime soon. I’m telling all my clients that if they really want to save their bookmarks to use Firefox or IE. Just use Chrome for casual browsing.

    Thanks again and Cheers Mate.

    John Mitchell
    Galaxy Desserts IT Manager
    jmitchell@galaxydesserts.com

    http://ellisweb.net/2008/09/where-does-google-chrome-store-user-history-profile-and-bookmarks/comment-page-1/#comment-156358

  15. Gary says:

    Hi John

    I will keep looking for a solution to this, when I get time.

    I do what you do; keep critical data off the OS drive, to allow re-installs of the OS without the worry of losing data.

    I hope we can do this with Chrome. Its a great browser and I am ‘converted’ to using Google Apps.

    Cheers

    Gary

  16. IVA says:

    Does Chrome store images like “temporary internet files”. Once you reset your system then where can we locate previously browsed images?

  17. Gulsher says:

    Respectable Sir Gary and John,
    I have some problem, I didn’t uninstall Google Chrome from my machine, but it get corrupted in some way. I think I don’t have backup of my Chrome bookmarks.
    When I tried tips given in this article, I was able to find folders under this path:

    On XP – C:\Documents and Settings\\Local Settings\Application Data\Google

    But I could not find Chrome\User Data, there were only two folders Google Talk and CrashReports. So I need your help if there is some way that I could find my lost bookmarks of Chrome.
    I’ll be very much thankful for your kind help.

  18. ANU says:

    Same problem here too. I tried installing a software after which both Chrome and Mozilla got uninstalled automatically. After reinstalling them I am unable to get back my old bookmarks as everything inside the folder C:\Users\TEMP\AppData\Local\Google\Chrome\User Data\Default
    seems to be new. Is there a way to get back the old bookmarks ?

  19. Drew says:

    Henky,
    these files/ folders are hidden to stop them being accidentally deleted. You can view hidden items by opening explorer, going to the ‘Tools’ menu on the top bar, then choosing ‘Folder Options…’, then the ‘View’ tab and finally changing the hidden files and folders option to ‘Show hidden files and folders’ in the Advanced settings box. Click OK, and search for the folders you couldn’t find beforehand.

  20. Burgerz says:

    You have to turn on view hidden files and folders under options. Windows has these hidden folders invisible by default

  21. Alice says:

    In my chrome user data – default folder; the history file is still 16 Gg; even after I cleared all the browsing history, cache etc

    My C drive memory is running of space; is it safe to just delete the hidden 16 Gg history file insider the default folder? Will it affect the working of chrome?

  22. Thanks a lot buddy. I badly needed this thingy. :)

  23. Dear Sir,
    I want to have history of my email accounts for last 3 months, Can it be seen on my computer screen? if so please help. My usual procedure is, I long in to me internet account, the open google chrome to go in hot mail, yahoo etc where I have my accounts.
    Can anyone help me?

  24. Alexey says:

    The easiest way to transfer your browsing data and bookmarks in Chrome:
    Wrench -> Options -> Personal Stuff
    Enable sync on both computers.

  25. Karla says:

    Is there a way for me to see my login and password info if it’s in the Google Chrome “Password Exceptions”? I see the link in the file “login data” of Google Chrome and it says it’s in SQlite form.

  26. Magnus says:

    Thanks for help. ;)

  27. nik says:

    i have just gone on to google chrome and i have lost all my favourites it now says bookmarks but i did not have any just favourites how do i get them back ??

  28. Bodeen says:

    I go to my google dir under admin and default (only two places it is) and the dir is empty. How can I get my bookmarks?

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  30. Azarel says:

    Ok people time for someone who knows how Google’s UAC works. (PS I’m not affiliated with Google I just know a lot)

    Firstly if you wish to sync your user information (bookmarks and plugins mainly) you must have a Google account and be logged into that account in the Browser Sync Settings area.
    All browsers logged into the account download the information from Google’s servers and any changes or additions made will be sent back to Google’s servers ready to be synced to any other browsers registered to that account.
    This answers John and Gary’s question.

    Secondly once your bookmarks have been deleted they are gone. If you retrieved them from the user data folder pre-re-installing your web-browser they MAY have been there. Depends on how corrupted everything got and how the other program uninstalled those browsers. During the re-install process however all previous installation data for that program is removed and then the fresh information put in place of the deleted data. I think this is where many people have been mislead, re-installing a program is no different in most cases to completely deleting a program and all it’s associated files not created by the user then installing a fresh copy of the software in place of the old one. Some applications such VLC for instance, I think MySQL, and some others keep the user preferences between installs often because the uninstall process is activated before an update can be installed. They usually also offer an option for deleting the user data. But most “dumb” installers such as those employed by Microsoft, Google and many others just wipe all previous data during the re-install process.

    Hope this helps everyone out. :) BTW this is an old but very relevant thread thanks! Any ideas as to how to access the cookies contained in the file named cookies of type “file” under the UserData. I can’t seem to get it to open. I’m pretty sure it’s a database of some sort but beyond that no ideas. :)

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