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Firefox stores your personal information and settings in a profile folder. Learn to work with different profiles on Firefox.
On Linux, the profile path is required to be valid UTF-8. Names of downloaded files are encoded in UTF-8 regardless of glibc and glib settings.
How to create dedicated profiles for Firefox and Nightly to avoid profile corruption.
How to create dedicated profiles if you use both Firefox Beta and the regular version of Firefox.
Firefox stores your personal information and settings in a profile folder. Learn how to back up and restore this important data.
If you need to create a new Firefox profile, find out how to recover information like bookmarks, history and passwords from an old one.
Firefox stores your personal information and settings in a profile folder. Find out what is in your profile and how to locate it.
How to fix the error ''Your Firefox profile cannot be loaded. It may be missing or inaccessible'' so that you can start and run Firefox.
Hello, listen i need help for this issue: I would like know, how to sync "the favorites" in some profile. I use firefox dev, and i have four profile in my pc, how this sync this four? For device is easy not problem, but profile-to-profile i want know... Thank you so much...
Last updated 3 months ago
Having decided to give Firefox a try after using another browser for a few years, I'm getting the following message: "Profile Missing: Your Firefox profile cannot be loaded. It may be missing or inaccessible." The advice here has not helped: https://support.mozilla.org/en-US/kb/how-run-firefox-when-profile-missing-inaccessible This advice: https://support.mozilla.org/en-US/kb/profile-manager-create-and-remove-firefox-profiles results in "Error: Access was denied while trying to open files in your profile directory." If I use sudo, I can create an account and get Firefox to start, but then when I close and reopen Firefox, I get the "profile missing" error again and can't get it to open without going through the terminal > sudo > profile manager process each time.
Solved — Last updated 1 month ago