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I uploaded my Bookmarks from my old computer to my new one, but I cannot get the bookmarks to display across the top of my screen.

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I have a new Windows 10 computer. I downloaded the bookmarks from Firefox on my old Windows 7 computer and uploaded them to Firefox on the new computer. I can see that the bookmarks are there, but they are not displaying across the top of my screen as they did on the old computer. I had many "categories" listed across the top, such as Music, Food, etc., with many bookmarks on the dropdown from each category. How do I get those categories to display across the top of my screen? Thanks for your help!!!

I have a new Windows 10 computer. I downloaded the bookmarks from Firefox on my old Windows 7 computer and uploaded them to Firefox on the new computer. I can see that the bookmarks are there, but they are not displaying across the top of my screen as they did on the old computer. I had many "categories" listed across the top, such as Music, Food, etc., with many bookmarks on the dropdown from each category. How do I get those categories to display across the top of my screen? Thanks for your help!!!
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jscher2000
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Sorry for the delayed response.

If the bookmarks are on the Bookmarks Toolbar, you'll need to enable that bar, since it's optional. Check out: Bookmarks Toolbar - Display your favorite websites at the top of the Firefox window.

Does that work on yours?

Sorry for the delayed response. If the bookmarks are on the Bookmarks Toolbar, you'll need to enable that bar, since it's optional. Check out: [[Bookmarks Toolbar - Display your favorite websites at the top of the Firefox window]]. Does that work on yours?
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