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I'm considering changing from Google Chrome to Chromium in order to get as open sourced as possible. However, I've always liked Google Chrome's ability to synchronize my bookmarks to my Google Account (I dual-boot with Windows).

Is there any way to enable Google Bookmarks Sync on Chromium, or is that a Chrome-only feature? I've looked around, but haven't been able to find any answers.

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Yes you can,Chromium has the sync option, just enter your email and password.It will sync everything From Google Chrome. I am using Chromium this way.

Go to preferences - personal stuff :

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Thanks a lot. I must have missed it :) – user14040 May 10 '11 at 13:08
Anytime, glad to help :) – Binarylife May 10 '11 at 13:30

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