Software program dups scans your bookmarks and lets you know if there are any duplicates. First export a list of all bookmarks to an HTML file, then invoke dups on the HTML file. Note that dups is a DOS command-line program and only runs under Microsoft Windows. If you have a Mac you can still export bookmarks to an HTML file, transfer it to a PC, and invoke dups on the file. Program dups may be downloaded from this site. It's a short program, written in C++, using the Standard Library. Source code included.
How to Save Bookmarks
Ctrl-Shift-O to bring up the Bookmark Manager
Hamburger > Export bookmarks
Ctrl-Shift-B to bring up the Bookmark Manager
Import and Backup
Export Bookmarks to HTML
How to Run dups
Program dups must be invoked from the command line. Under Windows run cmd.exe. This will create a window where a few simple commands will suffice.
cd abc change to directory "abc" cd .. change to the parent directory cd display name of current directory dir list contents of current directoryLet's assume you exported your bookmarks to file list.html. Place both dups.exe and list.html in the same directory. Then type:
dups list.html all duplicate bookmarks are displayed on the console dups list.html > list.txt all duplicate bookmarks are saved in file list.txt
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