How to reset Google Chrome without losing any data

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Basically, here's the situation: I would like to reset Google Chrome but I don't want to lose any of my data. That includes bookmarks, history, extensions, etc. How can I do this? Is there an advance setting in Chrome?
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  • TheRealRaven
    It's not clear at all what you mean by "reset Google Chrome", especially when you list items you don't affected plus "etc."

    What exactly are you needing to accomplish? What is your intended purpose for a "reset"?
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  • Subhendu Sen
    It is better to take backup of Chrome before go for resetting. Open Chrome. There is a three dots in the top right corner. Click it, & it prompts a drop down menu. Click Settings. If you are already signed with Chrome account, there is an option called Sync. You can find this option below your current account name, which is near the top of the Settings page (generally). Now toggle on to enable the "Sync Everything" feature. Doing so, it saves all of your current settings/ bookmarks/ apps etc. related to your profile. Keep in mind, if the "Sync Everything" switch is already blue, that means Chrome is backed up to your account. For resetting etc, please link here: https://support.google.com/chrome/answer/3296214?hl=en

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