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Is I.E. – or any browser, for that matter – capable of sync’ing across my devices (smartphone, desktop, laptop)?  Settings, bookmarks, and everything?

Posted on 2013-06-21
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Title pretty much asks the question, other than I hope to get some direction in layman's terms on how to go about it.
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yes that is possible, refer below link and check which one is suits for you

http://www.makeuseof.com/tag/4-great-ways-sync-bookmarks-favorites-computers-phones/
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Google chrome is capable of doing this.  Works great. https://support.google.com/chrome/answer/165139?hl=en
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Moderator:  Please don't close question, I've been away, and busy, and will get back to this as soon as I am able, should be in next day or two.  Thank you!  And, thank you Experts for your input to date!!
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