How to save your Firefox bookmarks on your computer?

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I’m having some problems with Firefox, so I want to uninstall it and then reinstall it. But I want to save all my bookmarks, so can I save my bookmarks to my computer, and then import them back to Firefox once I reinstall it? Thanks for the help.


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2 responses to “How to save your Firefox bookmarks on your computer?”
  1. Vivid Distortion says:

    On the left side of the address bar the logo of the address is shown. If you click and drag the logo to your desktop it will create a file. When you click the file it will open your default browser to the address so basically it’s a bookmark.

  2. The Phlebob says:

    Don’t worry about saving them. Unless you delete Firefox’s data directory, they’ll be there when you reinstall.

    If you still want to save them, they’re at:

    In Windows XP:

    c:Documents and Settingsyour usernameApplication DataMozillaFirefoxProfilesyour profile number.defaultbookmarks.html

    In Windows Vista:

    c:Usersyour usernameApplication DataMozillaFirefoxProfilesyour profile number.defaultbookmarks.html

    Come to think of it, reinstalling Firefox from the ground up might give you a different profile number, so knowing where the bookmarks file is is a good idea.

    Hope that helps.

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