Internet Explorer stores the sites you have bookmarked in a list called Favorites. By default, when you export your favorites, IE saves them to a file in your Documents folder. You can instead copy your favorites file to a thumb drive, also called a flash drive.
Plug your thumb drive into an available USB port. Windows assigns a drive letter to the drive.
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Open Internet Explorer on the desktop.
Select the "Favorites" button.
Choose "Import and Export" from the drop-down menu that opens.
Select "Export to a File" in the Import/Export Settings box, then "Next."
Choose "Favorites," then select "Next."
Pick which favorites you want to export, then select "Next."
Choose "Browse." Navigate to the drive letter assigned to your thumb drive. The drive letter may be E: or F: depending on the amount of storage devices in your computer system.
Select "Save," then "Next."
The steps in this article apply to Internet Explorer 10 running on Windows 8. The procedure for other versions may vary.