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firefox passwords and bookmarks and new operating system?
I use Linux Mint currently, I will be installing new linux OS, how to be sure all my firefox passwords and bookmarks come with me to new operating system? I think I know what I'm doing, and yet...I though I should check with another person to be sure I don't make a mistake and lose it all. so, I am backing up all relevant personal files on a separate drive, rather than take a full restore-able back-up snapshot of the current PC.
I want to be sure, do i need save any firefox-related files before installing new OS?
i do have this Firefox account, (which password I cant remember, but my PC does haha) and also on a tablet. Is sync enough to not lose it all? and is the password saved in Firefox on my tablet in "//accounts.firefox.com" also enough to not lose it all?
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Keep is simple and use Sync. see screenshot https://support.mozilla.org/en-US/kb/how-do-i-set-sync-my-computer?redirectslug=firefox-sync-take-your-bookmarks-and-tabs-with-you&redirectlocale=en-US
It's good to have you data in more than 1 browser and on more than 1 device in case it goes BOOM.
Before going anywhere near Sync, backup your profile folder or, better, your Mozilla folder.
Note that Firefox Sync cannot be relied on as a backup option as you should manually backup what you want saved just in case.