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Are bookmarks the equivalent to 'Favorites' in Internet Explorer?

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Where are my saved websites saved? Also, am I able to "share" the file over my LAN? I have a desktop PC and a laptop connected to my network. What I would like to do is make it so whether I save (or bookmark?) a site on the laptop or desktop it is available on both. Does this make sense? If I need to do a better job explaining just let me know. Currently, I am successfully sharing the IE 'Favorites' folder so the links are always in sync and the same links are available on both of my machines.

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hello soundprodj, yes what's called favorites in IE are bookmarks in firefox - however other than IE, firefox doesn't store them as individual files in the filesystem but in an internal database. you can use firefox sync to share your firefox bookmarks/history etc. between different devices:

How do I set up Sync on my computer?

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選擇的解決方法

hello soundprodj, yes what's called favorites in IE are bookmarks in firefox - however other than IE, firefox doesn't store them as individual files in the filesystem but in an internal database. you can use firefox sync to share your firefox bookmarks/history etc. between different devices:

How do I set up Sync on my computer?