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Since the latest upgrade, when I change a bookmark in Firefox it changes on my I.E. favorites. These were always separate. How can I stop?

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My work browser is I.E. with different favorites than my personal Firefox. Now both browsers sync bookmarks / favorites, and I don't want that. This started it seems after the last Firefox upgrade. How can I stop this? Thanks.

My work browser is I.E. with different favorites than my personal Firefox. Now both browsers sync bookmarks / favorites, and I don't want that. This started it seems after the last Firefox upgrade. How can I stop this? Thanks.

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Wow, how is that possible? Firefox and IE use completely different storage for bookmarks and favorites.

Do you use any add-ons that synchronize across browsers such as Xmarks?

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No nothing special added. This seemed to start after the latest Firefox update this week. Very frustrating!

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jscher2000 said

Wow, how is that possible? Firefox and IE use completely different storage for bookmarks and favorites. Do you use any add-ons that synchronize across browsers such as Xmarks?

If I move a favorite in the I.E. fav toolbar, it also moves on the Firefox bookmark toolbar when I reboot. Help...

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Does Firefox import Internet Explorer data when you reboot? If your Firefox data were removed, I suppose that might make sense, but it should at least ask if you want to do that.

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Do you use CCleaner? If so, please change its settings so it doesn't clear any Firefox data.

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jscher2000 said

Do you use CCleaner? If so, please change its settings so it doesn't clear any Firefox data.

No I don't know what that is sorry. As I said, this just started recently. Any other thoughts would be appreciated. Thanks.