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Bookmarks in Win10

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I'm using Firefox 100 on Win10 and can't save any bookmarks. They do NOT appear under the App Data Profile, which would not be acceptable even if they were. This change has made it impossible for me to continue using Firefox, unless I want to go back to Win7.

I simply need Bookmarks to work the way they did before!

Thank you for your time.

I'm using Firefox 100 on Win10 and can't save any bookmarks. They do NOT appear under the App Data Profile, which would not be acceptable even if they were. This change has made it impossible for me to continue using Firefox, unless I want to go back to Win7. I simply need Bookmarks to work the way they did before! Thank you for your time.

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The "error" is that the right-click function to bookmark a page did nothing. Google said that in Win10, the Firefox bookmarks would be saved to the Users/App Data/Mozilla/Profiles folder but that wasn't happening either - and would NOT have been acceptable in any case.

I ended up uninstalling FF v100, reinstalling to create a fresh profile, but that made no difference. The FIX was to drop back to v.91 ESR. Firefox is now performing flawlessly :-)

Thank you for responding.

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So what error are you getting when you save bookmark?

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The "error" is that the right-click function to bookmark a page did nothing. Google said that in Win10, the Firefox bookmarks would be saved to the Users/App Data/Mozilla/Profiles folder but that wasn't happening either - and would NOT have been acceptable in any case.

I ended up uninstalling FF v100, reinstalling to create a fresh profile, but that made no difference. The FIX was to drop back to v.91 ESR. Firefox is now performing flawlessly :-)

Thank you for responding.