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Switching among bookmarked sites

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Using Chrome browser on a desktop PC with W10, I have a bookmarks toolbar with a half-dozen bookmarked sites and about 5 bookmarked groups each contining a few dozen bookmarked sites. To go from one bookmarked site (say NYTimes) to another bookmarked site (say WashPost) I now have to:

1. Close the NYT, returning to my Desktop;

2. Reclick the Chrome icon on the Desktop;

3. Select the WashPost on the Bookmarks toolbar.


I have the feeling there is a better way, with fewer clicks. Is there?


Is there some way I can keep the bookmarks toolbar always available on my screen -- even while I read the NYT?


Thanks. .... batpark



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Hello batpark,
My name is UnloosedCake, and I'm here to help!

You can enable the bookmarks toolbar to stay always open in the bookmarks menu tab at the top of your screen - it should have an option that resembles "show bookmarks bar" or something of the sort... let me know if this helps!

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