People, in general, have a tendency to save interesting web locations they stumble upon during their web searches and most of you use bookmarks for that purpose. As a result, many of us have thousands and thousands of bookmarks, many of which never see the light of day again, so to speak.
In other words, you end up with a lot of “junk” in your browser that will make it much harder when you need to find something that is really important.
For that reason, deleting your bookmarks occasionally is a good idea that will make your navigation through bookmarks, as well as overall Chrome usability, much better.
How to Delete Bookmarks on Chrome
Deleting your unwanted bookmarks is a simple task and can be managed in several ways.
- The most common one is to enter “Customize and control Google Chrome”.
- Select “Bookmarks”
and go to “Bookmark manager”.
- Now, every bookmark you have saved is in front of you. Right-click above the bookmark you want to remove, choose “Delete” and that is it.
- If you want to delete some of the bookmarks from the folder, double-click on the folders name, or find them on the left side of the “Bookmark manager” and enter them with a double-click as well, or if there are multiple folders inside, expand it and find what you no longer need, delete it and your job is finished.