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Install in Kinza Browser
Install in Kinza Browser
Updated over a week ago

The Kinza Browser is a partner of You don't have to install in your browser. Everything is already there. There are still some personalization options you could choose to implement.

Set as your homepage

When you set as the default homepage for the Kinza Browser, you can access your favorite bookmarks and widgets faster and more efficiently. The Kinza Browser runs on the Chromium platform, so if you know Google Chrome, they should feel familiar.

The default setting for your Kinza browser is to open three pages. is one of them.


  1. Open the settings page from the Kinza menu (three dots icon) or go there directly by typing chrome://settings in the address bar.

  2. In the Appearance section of the settings page, select the Show Home button option and click Change to change your home button to direct you to


  3. While you're there, check if the "Show bookmarks bar" is toggled on. It will come in handy later.

  4. The next thing to do is to set as your Startup page. To do so, scroll down in the settings page until you find the menu option On startup. Here you can select the Open a specific page or set of pages button. You just leave the pre-programmed address:


  5. If you now close and open the Kinza Browser, you'll find an anonymous page. First, sign out. Click the user icon and select 'Sign out.'

  6. Next, click the button in the top-right of your screen: 'sign in' (returning users) or 'customize' (new users).

Set as your new tab page

To have loaded whenever you open a new tab page; you will have to install our Chrome extension as the Kinza browser currently does not offer a way to specify a new tab page manually.

The extension is available in the Chrome Web Store, and will also work in the Kinza Browser. Installing is a one-click operation and is completely safe.

Install Chrome Extension

The Chrome extension makes adding bookmarks and RSS feeds to much easier.


With this extension, you can easily import your Chrome bookmarks, manage your New tab page and more. Just right-click and select 'Options.'

You can also use it to bookmark any site you're visiting. One regular click will do the trick.

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You can find more instructions for importing your Chrome bookmarks here. Click here for more information about our Chrome extension.

Import bookmarks

Now, it's time to import the bookmarks you'd like to transfer from other browsers. You'll only have to do this once. When you've stored them on your page, you can access them from any browser.

  1. Make sure you've exported your bookmarks in HTML format.

  2. Click the Add content button.

  3. In the Add content pane, scroll down and locate the button 'Import bookmarks.'

  4. Click the Import bookmarks button, and browse to the HTML file with your bookmarks.

  5. Click Import.

  6. Once the importing has finished, you will see a prompt 'Your import has been completed.'

  7. Click 'Close' to continue.

Get Bookmarklet

Just like the extension, the bookmarklet allows you to bookmark links with one single click from your bookmark bar.

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Click here for instructions on how to drag and drop it to your Kinza Browser bookmarks bar.


  • You can find more information about the installation and configuration of the Kinza Browser, including troubleshooting and customization, in their Support section:

  • Read more about our extensions in our blog.

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