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Познакомьтесь с Chromium Backup - небольшой, портативной и бесплатной программой на русском языке, предназначенной для резервного копирования и восстановления данных профиля браузеров на движке Chromium (таких, как Google Chrome, Яндекс.Браузер, Opera, Comodo Dragon, SRWare Iron и прочих). Из созданного в ней бэкапа можно восстановить все данные, включая закладки, расширения, пароли, cookie, кеш браузера и тому подобное. Скачать Chromium Backup можно ниже.

Программа простая в использовании и очень удобная, если браузеры на движке Chromium установлены в директорию по умолчанию, то она определит путь к профилю автоматически.

Кроме того, можно указывать произвольный путь к папке профиля браузера, если она его не определила самостоятельно.

Возможности программы:

- Создание и Восстановление бекапа

- Автоматическое определение установленных в системе браузеров

- Установка пароля на созданный бекап

- Добавление комментария к бекапу

- Возможность выбрать профили, если их в браузере несколько

- Редактируемый список папок, которые будут проигнорированы при бекапе (например кеш, tmp-файлы и т.д.)

По умолчанию программа создает бэкап профиля в zip-файле без сжатия (впрочем, степень сжатия можно настраивать), а папка с бэкапом создается в папке программы, с добавлением даты и времени создания.

Программа простая и полезная, особенно при переустановке браузера, если вы не включали синхронизацию.

Скачивайте и пользуйтесь, надеюсь, она вам пригодится.

Название выпуска: Chromium.Backup.v1.14.Portable

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    Google Chrome Backup - небольшая, бесплатная программа, предназначенная для резервного копирования информации с браузеров Google Chrome e, Chromium. CromePlus. Под резервным копированием информации подразумевается: пароли к учетным записям, закладки, история, cookies и другие компоненты.

    Программа Google Chrome Backup позволит не только восстановить предыдущий профиль, а и может создать новый, которые пригодятся в тестовом режиме или при установке сомнительных дополнений, потенциально опасных для текущего профайла. Таким образом, если вашу систему нагрянет сбой, то вы сможете в несколько кликов мышки перенести свой профиль на другой компьютер или восстановить его.

    Основные возможности Google Chrome Backup:

    — Поддержка браузеров Google Chrome, Chromium, CromePlus.

    — Простой, удобный интерфейс.

    — Высокая безопасность и надежность.

    — Бесплатность программы.

    — Была исправлена ошибка при запуске инициализация GCB.

    Google Chrome Backup Download

    A small tool to backup and restore Google Chrome profile.

    Google Chrome Backup comes with a pretty self-explanatory title - it is a tool that lets you backup and restore your Google Chrome profile settings.

    The user interface of the program is easy to navigate through, by both novices and experts. The app even notifies you if a newer version of Google Chrome is available, every time you initiate it.

    So, in the interface you can view and access a list of profiles (the default one is automatically displayed), initiate a wizard to backup and restore a profile, create a new profile or add an existing one, and access Preferences.

    In the wizard, if you select the backup option, you are required to either select the default profile or a specific one to create a copy for, and set the output destination. The restoring process is similar.

    In the Preferences menu you can set the software to enable password protection for backups and to show paths for Google Chrome and Chromium. as well as set the compression rate.

    Furthermore, you can run the Google Chrome Backup initialization process to reset to default settings, clear private data settings (remove cookies, Internet cache and history, initialize Google Chrome) and select preferred language.

    Also, when you create a new profile, you can add a shortcut to it, as well as switches to that shortcut - proxy connection, disable popup blocking, disable DNS prefetch, disable Java and images, and more.

    A backup or restore task takes little time to finish (according to the complexity of your profile settings), while the program uses a moderate amount of system resources.

    We haven't encountered any problems during our tests, except for the fact that we couldn't backup a profile via the context menu in the list of profiles.

    All in all, Google Chrome Backup is a very practical tool when it comes to backing up and restoring the profile settings of a web browser (Google Chrome, in this case), and we recommend you try it.

    CURRENT VERSION: 1.8.0.141 / 1.9.0.180 Beta FILE SIZE: 1.1 MB DEVELOPER: Parhelia Tools RUNS ON: Windows All CATEGORY: C: \ System \ Backup and Recovery

    Backup Google Chrome

    Backup Google Chrome

    Google Chrome Backup is a small powerful utility for those users who use Google Chrome as their preferred browser. It allows users to quickly backup their complete profile and then restore it later. It can also help users to migrate their profile from one computer to another.

    Apart from Google Chrome browser, it also supports Chromium browser. You can easily switch between different profiles and manage them from a single window.

    Apart from backing up and restoring an existing profile, it also lets user add new profiles quickly. Just select the version of Chrome, directory to put the profile into, give it a name, and add a switch to the shortcut. Hit OK when done and the new profile will be ready.

    The app is free but to unlock additional features you will need to pay $5. These additional features are:

  • Google Chrome bookmark export to HTML and CSV (backup)
  • Copy your bookmarks to Google Bookmarks service
  • Lock & unlock Google Chrome profiles with password

    It is a portable tool and works on Windows XP, Windows Vista, and Windows 7. This app is not new but still worth a try. Enjoy!

  • Backup Google Chrome

    Backup Google Chrome

    Как сделать полный backup Google Chrome сохранять пароли, закладки и расширения!

    Примечание: смотреть новое видео ниже. Копии пароли и расширения, Вам необходимо войти в Google Chrome.

    Добрый день или вечер, Уважаемый посетитель itbc.kiev.ua! Сегодня мы узнаем, как сделать резервную копию браузера google chrome. Есть несколько расширений, о которых мы говорили здесь, например, но google chrome лучше все делать самостоятельно, потому что не раз были замечены проблемы с созданием резервных копий Chrome посторонних расширений.

    Итак, для начала, мы должны быть установлен google chrome, который в действительности мы сделаем резервную копию паролей, закладок и расширений !

    Во-первых, перед созданием beckup (backup) chrome мы должны быть выключены себе google chrome, так что если она открыта, закройте ее!

    Теперь нам нужно скопировать профиль учетной записи с google chrome!

    В Windows Xp это “C:Documents and Settings<username>Local SettingsApplication DataGoogleChromeUser DataDefault”

    В Windows Vista или 7 в «C:Users<username>AppDataLocalGoogleChromeUser DataDefault»

    Копию мы нуждаемся в ней папку по умолчанию

    Как быстро открыть эту папку, например, для Windows Xp. Мы заходим в папку C:Documents and Settings и найдите имя учетной записи (в данной ситуации это Admin)

    Теперь перейдите в Пуск -> Выполнить » и » копировать «C:Documents and Settings<username>Local SettingsApplication DataGoogleChromeUser DataDefault» без»», изменить <username> Admin (в вашем случае может быть другой пользователь) и нажмите кнопку ОК

    В Windows 7 мы делаем то же самое, только вместо папки C:Documents and Settings заходим в папку C:Users и посмотрите на название. Пользователи папка может называться «Пользователи»

    Теперь нажмите клавишу windows + R или Пуск -> Выполнить » и » вставить «C:Users<username>AppDataLocalGoogleChromeUser DataDefault» без «» и <имя пользователя> изменение Александр (в нашей ситуации), затем нажмите кнопку » ОК»

    В результате этих манипуляций, в конце концов, мы оказываемся в папке google chrome профилей. Если Вы не создали ни одного профиля, то мы будем интерисует папку по умолчанию, если он будет создан, то папка будет называться, как мы называли профиля. Теперь наш папка по умолчанию, мы должны двигаться в другое место (например на диск D), таким образом, закрытие Google Chrome сам. Мы осуществляем будет обычный “ctrl + c” и “ctrl + v”

    Все! По умолчанию папка копируется, ничего делать не надо!

    Сейчас на новый компьютер перенести наш профиль в Chrome. Скачать и установить новый Google Chrome на компьютере (если еще не установлен) теперь как на рис. 2 для Windows Xp или 4 Для Windows 7 заходим в папку с профилями Chrome и скопировать его вместо папки по умолчанию, которые мы скопировали ранее (в данном случае Google Chrome должен быть закрыт, и если вы только что установили Chrome, откройте его хотя бы один раз создать профиль по умолчанию, выполните указанные выше шаги)

    После замены, откройте свой браузер Chrome, и вы увидите переносятся закладки, приложения и пароли.

    Иногда ошибка в том, что пароли не вводятся автоматически. Они должны на каждом сайте, по крайней мере, один раз, чтобы войти. Чтобы просмотреть сохраненные пароли, откройте хром, зайдите в Настройки -> Показать дополнительные настройки -> Управление сохраненными паролями и право сайт, нажмите на кнопку «Показать», затем вы увидите, какие сайты, какие ваши пароли.

    Спасибо за внимание. Хорошего настроения!

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    Backing up Google Chrome - Super User

    On Windows, Google Chrome and Chromium store their histories, bookmarks, settings, and such in the User Data directory under the program’s folder in the user’s local-data directory (ie not carried over when you log-on to other computers on the same network). Google Chrome uses the folder Google\Chrome while Chromium uses Chromium (big surprised huh?)

    There are many ways to access the user’s Chrom(e|ium) folder, dynamically or statically, but the easiest, most reliable are:

    (You can use shell:local appdata in Explorer, but that won’t work in the command-prompt or batch scripts, so you’ll need to use the %localappdata% environment variable which should be set anyway.)

    NB: the folders in question are the ones created and used by default; you could easily have Chrome/Chromium use one from elsewhere with the --user-data-dir switch.

    (For brevity, henceforth, “Chrome” refers to both Google Chrome and Chromium unless otherwise noted .) Backing up the settings and such is as simple as copying the folder and its contents since, however you don’t need to keep it all when you make a backup—especially since Chrome is currently plagued by a cancerous user-data folder .

    (Make sure to quit all instances and copies of the browser so that no Chrome.exe processes remain before copying/restoring, otherwise some files will be locked, and other temporary files will remain undeleted.)

    Some files and folders may or may not exist depending on the Chrome version and whether extensions, plugins, etc. have been installed. The following files and folders are either temporary (eg cache), or regenerated/updated, and thus can be deleted or omitted from the backup.

    • UserData\?Safe Browsing Bloom     (the anti-phishing file is regularly updated anyway)
    • UserData\?Safe Browsing Bloom Filter 2     (basically the same thing, and even smaller)
    • UserData\Default\?<Media> Cache\     (and all of its contents—whether normal, or for media—is emptied out anyway when you clear the cache)
    • UserData\Default\?Last Session     (the session and tabs files are only useful if the browser has crashed, otherwise they just get recreated the next time you run or exit Chrome)
    • UserData\Default\?Current Session     (session files hold things like the state of forms such as data typed into text fields)
    • UserData\Default\?Last Tabs     (tabs files indicate what tabs were open to what URLs)
    • UserData\Default\?Current Tabs     (Current is the status of Chrome during the most recent time it was open, while Last is the state from before it was opened—restoring a crashed session means Chrome will overwrite the Current files with the Last files)
    • UserData\Default\?Thumbnails     (this keeps graphical thumbnails of all of the the ‘most visited’ sites for display in the MRU list—whether or not they actually currently appear on the list—as well as favorite icons; known to get quite big in recent versions with even modest browsing)
    • UserData\Default\?Bookmarks.bak     (just a backup of the bookmarks file in case the regular one gets corrupt if Chrome crashes)
    • UserData\Default\?*-journal     (you will only have these if Chrome is running—in which case exit Chrome—or else if Chrome crashed)
    • UserData\Default\?JumpListIcons<Old>\     (contains ICO-format files of the favorite-icons of the open tabs)
    • UserData\Default\?Transport Security     (related to secure connections; transient)

    The following files and folders are the ones you will want to keep.

    • UserData\?Local State     (this is basically just the status of the browser, eg window position, crashed or not, sessions, etc.—you don’t actually need to keep this since it is regenerated anyway, but if you want to keep the window in a specific position or something, then copy it)
    • UserData\?Custom Dictionary.txt     (whenever you “Add to dictionary” in the spell-checker)
    • UserData\Default\?*History*     (browsing history, past, present, and future—includes downloads)
    • UserData\Default\?<Extension> Cookies     (cookies, normal and extension ones if you have any installed)
    • UserData\Default\?Bookmarks     (bookmarks, of course)
    • UserData\Default\?Databases\     (per-site offline data—as yet contains very little if any useful data)
    • UserData\Default\?Extensions\     (extensions, ie installed .CRX files—or unpacked extensions)
    • UserData\Default\?Favicons     (this used to hold the favorite icons—the icons associated with pages, but these have since been moved to Thumbnails; you may have this file left over from older versions of Chrome)
    • UserData\Default\?Local Storage\     (this is where sites—and extensions—store more advanced offline data and settings as opposed to using cookies; ie a long-term storage of site-related data like a “My Documents” for the web)
    • UserData\Default\?Login Data     (this contains auto-login data—passwords are encoded, but usernames/email addresses/etc. are clear-text)
    • UserData\Default\?Plugin Data\     (data associated with various plugins, by site, often contains—only—a folder for Google Gears, containing data for sites that use Gears such as MySpace)
    • UserData\Default\?Preferences     (preferences, including pretty much all of the settings in the Wrench->Options dialog, but also installed extensions, plugins, per-page zoom and translation settings, content and privacy black/white lists, tips, and whether or not Chrome crashed last time)
    • UserData\Default\?Top Sites     (stats and info for determining MRU list on New Tab page—you'll probably notice some discrepancies, but if you like having your most visited pages available quickly, you'll want this)
    • UserData\Default\?User Scripts\     (like extensions, but less so, ie .JS files)
    • UserData\Default\?User StyleSheets\     (often only contains a blank Custom.css file, but can contain stylesheets for customizing pages and sites)
    • UserData\Default\?Visited Links     (determines purple links)
    • UserData\Default\?Web Data     (this has all of your custom searches, auto-login data, auto-complete data, credit-card/address/etc. auto-fill data— ?some of this information like login data has been offloaded to other files, but may also still be present here?)

    (Almost) all of the binary files that Chrome uses are SQLite3 database files—text files and Visited Links being notable exceptions. As such, before archiving a backup copy, you may want to consider using an SQLite3 tool to vacuum out the files to cut out any wasted space, and do an integrity check on them. (Note, older versions of Chrome used FTS2, which would break when vacuum’d.)

    Since some files tend to get quite big after a while, you may also want to compress them if you are going to store them for a while (7-Zip is free and can compress them quite a bit at a decent speed). Finally, if you use a browser backup tool (that supports Chrome/Chromium), make sure to use the latest version possible because since Chrome and Chromium are under constant development, the user-data folder and its contents are in flux and subject to change—some stop being used, other new ones get added, etc.—and an out-of-date backup utility can result in missing files while at the same time leaving you thinking that you are backed up.

    How to Backup and Restore Entire Google Chrome Setting

    How to Backup and Restore Entire Google Chrome Setting

    May 31st, 2013 · 38 Comments

    Backup your Google chrome setting so that when bad things happen you’ll not be left on the spot. For example you need to reformat your computer, you obviously need to reinstall Google chrome later except if you’re using Google chrome portable. If you have no backup therefor you’ll lose your extensions, save passwords, customization and most important of all your bookmarks as bookmarks serves as reference of all of your web activities.

    If you want to backup your bookmarks only:
    1. Open Google chrome, click the square with three stripes on the upper right corner then click Bookmarks>Bookmark manager or just paste this address on the address bar. chrome://bookmarks/#1  
    2. In the bookmark manager tab, click Organize>Export bookmarks to HTML file. Browse to the location where you want to save your bookmark backup then hit Save .
    To restore bookmarks only:
    1. Follow step one on how to backup bookmarks.
    2. In bookmark manager tab, click Organize>Import bookmarks from HTML file. Locate your HTML bookmark file then hit Open. This process is also applicable to those who use Google chrome portable.
     Backup entire Google chrome settings by enabling sync.

    In this process you can backup your entire Google chrome setting including your bookmarks, extensions, saved passwords, tabs and other customization to where they are by just signing in to your Google account. Google Chrome will upload your entire setting to your Google account making it accessible to any computer or device you use together with your Google account. If for example you signed in your Google account into two Google chrome using different computers, what changes you make on Google chrome computer 1 will automatically reflect on Google chrome computer 2.

    [icon name=”icon-warning-sign”]For security measures, avoid signing in your Google account into public or untrusted computers. Your data will be stored on these computers and will be accessible to other users. To remove your data, just delete the user you use to sign in.

    To sign in to your Google account just click the square with three stripes on the upper right side of Google chrome or just paste the address given below to the address bar then click Sign in to Chrome .

    This setting is also applicable to Google chrome portable.

    chrome://settings/

    I removed google chrome backup and restore manually because it isn’t working anymore due to recent chrome updates.  Be sure to sync your chrome with your google account to backup your setting and all the stuff you need.

    Google Chrome Backup 1

    Editorial review

    Mark Adeeb Senior editor

    Google Chrome Backup is a must-have utility for creating backups of Google Chrome browser settings. These settings include: browsing history, saved usernames and passwords, favorite websites, auto-completion phrases, and more. Backups can be protected with a password and their compression rate can be adjusted.

    Saving your settings to a file is very handy for synchronizing data between your laptop and desktop computers, migrating to a new computer, or recovering a corrupted Windows installation.

    It would be even better if the program had an option of uploading the backup to FTP servers, but the new upcoming version 2.0 will have this functionality, as the developers website claim on their website.

    Still, the current version offers a nice feature to create user profiles, specifying different settings for each user and storing them separately.

    If you are running an old version of Google Chrome browser, you will be notified to visit Google Chrome's homepage in order to download the latest version.