How to save All Tabs or Pages as Bookmarks or Favorites in Chrome, Firefox, IE
Most of us like to save a web page or two as our Favorites when browsing the Internet with our web browser. But there may be times when you may want to save all the open tabs as Bookmarks. So let us, in this post, see how to save All Tabs or Pages as Bookmarks or Favorites in Chrome, Firefox and Internet Explorer on your Windows PC.
Bookmark All Tabs in Chrome
This is very easy, and the most interesting thing is you do not need any extension to do so. However, you cannot bookmark pages those are opened in a different window of the browser. For instance, you have opened two separate windows. If you follow these steps, you will be able to bookmark all open tabs in that particular window. No opened tab would be included in that list.
First, make sure you have only those pages what you want to bookmark. Next, either press Ctrl+Shift+D or right-click on any tab, and select Bookmark all tabs option.
As there are multiple pages, Chrome will allow you to create a separate folder for those tabs. You will see a popup window where you can enter a folder name that will be visible on the Bookmarks bar.
Read: Chrome Tip & Tricks for better browsing.
Bookmark All Tabs in Firefox
The method is quite similar. Like Chrome, you can bookmark all pages at once in Firefox as well.
Open all the pages that you want to bookmark. Right-click on the tab and select Bookmark All Tabs. Alternatively, you can press Ctrl+Shift+D buttons together.
A popup window will appear where you can enter your new bookmark folder name or the group name. You can also choose an existing folder and location where you want to save the pages. Select everything correctly and hit the Add Bookmarks button.
Save All Pages as Favorites in Internet Explorer
If you are an IE user and want to save all tabs or pages as Favorites, here are the steps you need to follow.
Although the steps are quite similar, you have to show the “Favorites” bar so that you can access your saved pages quickly in future. For that, there are two methods. The first one is temporary that can be enabled by pressing Alt button. To show it permanently, right-click on the empty space above URL bar and select Menu Bar.
Once your Menu Bar appears, make sure that only the web pages that your want to store as Favorites are open, and close the other tabs. Then click on
Then click on Favorites and select Add current tabs to favorites.
When asked, enter the folder name, path, etc, and save.
The same feature can be found in other browsers too. But unfortunately, it is not available in Microsoft Edge. currently.