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I have an older version of FF (V. 55) and am trying to find a way to transfer all my windows/tabs that I accumulated using the old "Tab Groups". Any help on this one also greatly appreciated.

None of the screens that I see re. "Strict Tracking"in the support pages work when I try them on my version. I want to change my tracking to "strict", but cannot find out how. Also, I see hundreds of trackers esp. every time when I have to use Google since that is the only one w/ which a few sites can deal. I am attaching a screenshot of the daily Adaware tracking cookie search that I schedule. If I had gone to Google, the difference would be that there would be hundreds, even from a short single visit w/ Google in the file name.

Any help re. either of these these two matters would be greatly appreciated. Wolfgang

I have an older version of FF (V. 55) and am trying to find a way to transfer all my windows/tabs that I accumulated using the old "Tab Groups". ''Any help on this one also greatly appreciated.'' None of the screens that I see re. "Strict Tracking"in the support pages work when I try them on my version. I want to change my tracking to "strict", but cannot find out how. Also, I see hundreds of trackers esp. every time when I have to use Google since that is the only one w/ which a few sites can deal. I am attaching a screenshot of the daily Adaware tracking cookie search that I schedule. If I had gone to Google, the difference would be that there would be hundreds, even from a short single visit w/ Google in the file name. Any help re. either of these these two matters would be greatly appreciated. Wolfgang
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Does Tab Groups have an export feature of some kind? That might simply be a list of URLs, perhaps by group.

I can't remember what kind of Tracking Protection was in Firefox 55, but since your screenshots relate to cookies, you can set Firefox to remove cookies when it closes. This forces all your cookies to expire at the end of the session, so if you want to stay signed in to some sites, add "Allow" exceptions for those. You also can spend hours creating block exceptions, but this is hard to justify if you plan to exit Firefox regularly.