In the evolution of browsers, the bookmarks function was one that everyone looked forward to having. It was a way to permanently mark all your favorite websites so that you could revisit them quickly. But as browsers have gone through this evolution, is this a feature that you’re still using? Do you still use the bookmarks function of your browser?
As we have gone through this evolution of browsers, technology has gone through a similar evolution. We don’t necessarily use our computers in the same way we did before. We don’t even use the Internet in the same way we did before. It’s no longer just a place to Google for information. Now we have social networks, favorite blogs, and favorite places to go for help, such as Make Tech Easier.
You don’t have to bookmark those websites anymore. We don’t have to shut down our computers at night and start fresh again the next morning. And there are also browsers being used on mobile phones and tablets. They all have the bookmarks function too.
But are you using that bookmarks function? Or are you just leaving your favorite websites open all the time in your browser? Do you keep all your favorite websites marked somewhere other than your browser so that you can easily return to them? Perhaps you choose to access apps instead of websites.
Do you still use the bookmarks function of your browser?
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