How to Restore Old Firefox Data: A Step-by-Step Guide

If you’re someone who has customized their Firefox browser with several apps and extensions, you may want to backup and restore your data when you’re moving to a new PC or have reformatted your existing one. In this blog post, we’ll show you how to restore your old Firefox data in a few simple steps.

Firstly, you need to backup your Firefox data by opening the Run command (Windows + R) and going to the App Data folder. From there, you’ll need to navigate to the Firefox folder, then to Profiles, and back up the file. Once you’ve done this, you’re ready to restore your old Firefox data.

To restore your data, you’ll need to copy the folder name of the backup file. After this, close your Firefox browser and delete all the current data. Then, copy your backup folder into the current profile folder and rename it to the previous one. Finally, open Firefox and wait for it to sync your data – it should only take a few moments.

Once you’re done, you’ll see that all your old Firefox data has been restored, including your favorite apps and extensions. This way, you can backup and restore your Firefox data easily whenever you need to.

We hope you found this step-by-step guide helpful. If you have any doubts about a better way to do this, please leave a comment below.