The problem with moving over to a different web browser is that when you change something, the option to change back isn’t always located where you’d expect. Take for example awhile back when I accidentally lost my Google Chrome Bookmarks Bar. It was simply a matter of right-clicking on the toolbar and de-selecting “Show bookmarks bar” to lose it, but finding the option to turn it back on was not where I expected.
So, today I’m going to save everyone else the time and just point it out.
In Chrome, click on the wrench icon in the upper right-hand corner.
Now, go to Settings, and in the resulting window look under the Appearance heading. Make sure a check mark is in the Always show the bookmarks bar option.
Oh, and if that’s too much, you can always use the shortcut, Ctrl+Shift+B to get it back.
Yeah, I know it’s really easy, but it’s bound to save someone out there some precious time!