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right guys i have a lot of bookmarks and to save me time copy pasting, what is the file in firefox on the c drive that is the bookmarks, i need to reinstall firefox and dont want all the hassle, so a quick overwrite would be nice
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Re-installing Firefox will pick up your previous Bookmarks and Profiles along with any plug-ins/add-ons unless you manually wiped the entire Firefox folder.

Version is out now.

I suggest saving your Bookmarks in their own folder from time to time. Go to Bookmarks menu and select "Organize Bookmarks...". Then go to File menu and select "Export ..." and select the path and folder to save your Bookmarks. Recommend saving on a thumbdrive.

You might want to get the add-on FEBE 5.3.1 which will back up everything about Firefox on a regular schedule.


Edited by Major Payne, 27 March 2008 - 01:57 PM.

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