Jun 30, 2015

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[SOLVED] How Do You Restore all Data of Mozilla Firefox Web Browser?

Amazon If you bought a new computer to replace the old one, you may want to move your Mozilla Firefox web browser's data from the old PC to the new PC in all its entirety. How do you do that?


All of your Firefox web browser's data, including bookmarks, extensions, extension data such as Greasemonkey scripts, are stored at this location:

C:\Users\<your user name>\AppData\Roaming\Mozilla\Firefox\Profiles\7w22ldgs.default

The name 7w22ldgs.default may not be the same on your computer, but you'll recognize it right away.

Copy the contents of this folder to the corresponding folder on your new computer.

Easy right?

To see how to do the same thing with Google Chrome web browser, consult How Do You Restore all Data of the Google Chrome Web Browser?

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