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Transfer bookmarks

Question : I want to switch to the Firefox browser program. Can I transfer my bookmarks from my older browser?

Answer : Firefox is a free Web browser from the Mozilla Corp., and the program works on many Windows, Mac OS X and Linux systems. It can import bookmarks or favourites from several other Web browsers, including Internet Explorer, Opera and Safari, and can also bring over cookies, saved passwords and browser history files.

Once you install Firefox on your computer (you can download the software at www.mozilla.com/firefox), open the program and go to the File menu. Select the Import option, and a set of dialogue boxes guides you through importing your bookmarks and other data from your older browser.


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