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    user101's Avatar
    Join Date : Oct 2009
    NY
    Posts : 347
    XP SP3 / W7 Home 64
    USA

    How Do You Move FF Saved Userids and passwords?


    I want to move the FF saved userids/passwords to another machine. When I first looked at this it seemed quite simple: export the passwords into an XML file. I did that but when I try to find how to import that into FF the pages I find are not simple but somewhat confusing.

    Is there a simple way to import this exported XML file into the other machine's FF?

    Thank you
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    bassfisher6522's Avatar
    Join Date : Sep 2014
    Posts : 1,290
    8.1 Pro X64

    If your talking about individual user ID (login names) and there passwords for different web sites you visit? The only way is to "Sync" your FF browser by creating a FF account and sign in with that user name and password....and then all your FF settings will go with you on what ever device you use.

    I use Chrome and FF and have it set up for both of them.....all my settings are set.

    As an alternative you can use a user/password manager software.....but I've never used one, but others do.

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    Mozbackup is the tool made for the job
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