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How to copy my bookmarks from my laptop to portable apps?

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I have been using Firefox and Thunderbird on my notebook and I just installed Portable Apps on my Thumb drive (F:) when I travel. How do I copy the Firefox bookmarks to the Firefox on my thumb drive? And. How can I copy the address book and Email setup settings from my Thunderbird on my notebook to the Thunderbird portable apps on my thumb drive?

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Bookmarks > Show All Bookmarks -> Import & Backup - Export HTML... - to a file
then
Bookmarks > Show All Bookmarks -> Import & Backup - Import HTML... - from file

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I set up Portable Apps on my thumb drive.

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Bookmarks > Show All Bookmarks -> Import & Backup - Export HTML... - to a file
then
Bookmarks > Show All Bookmarks -> Import & Backup - Import HTML... - from file

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Thank you. I sent the file to my thumb drive and the next time I opened Firefox on the thumb, the already had picked up the bookmarks itself.