When you get your new Kindle Fire, the Silk browser comes preloaded with popular website bookmarks. Here’s how to get rid of them and add your own.
Open the Kindle Fire browser and tap Web at the top.
Then tap the Bookmarks icon at the bottom of the screen.
To delete any of these, tap and hold a bookmark until you see the following menu. Tap Delete.
Then tap OK when the Delete Bookmark confirmation message comes up.
Do that for each preloaded bookmark you no longer want. Much cleaner!
Now add the bookmarks that you want. While on a site, tap the bookmarks icon at the bottom. Then tap the plus sign that’s displayed on the page’s thumbnail.
Type in a name for the bookmark and tap OK.
Do that for each page you want to bookmark. Here I deleted all of the preloaded bookmarks and added eight new ones.
If you haven’t done so already, make sure you protect your private data. Enable the Lock Screen password on your Kindle Fire.