If you recently switched to the Firefox browser and want to import passwords to Firefox from another browser like Microsoft Edge or Google Chrome, then follow these steps. Whether you use Chrome, Microsoft Edge, or any other browser, you can import bookmarks, cookies, browsing history, and passwords from that browser to Firefox without using any third-party services or software.
Just like you can import bookmarks, passwords, etc. in Chrome, it is also possible to do the same with the Firefox browser. Suppose you recently migrated from Chrome to Firefox and want to migrate all saved passwords from the old browser to Firefox. Although saving passwords in the browser is not recommended, many people do so instead of using a password manager for Windows. If you did it earlier and want to continue doing the same, you should take this tutorial.
How to import passwords from Chrome to Firefox
To import passwords to Firefox from another browser, follow these steps:
- Open the Firefox browser on your computer.
- Click the hamburger icon or the Menu button.
- Select the Username and password option.
- Click the three-dot icon.
- To select Import from another browser option.
- Select the source browser and click on the Next button.
- Select only Saved passwords and click on the Next button.
- Hit him finish and verify your passwords.
To learn more about these steps, read on.
Open the Firefox browser on your computer. After that click on the menu button that looks like a hamburger icon, which is visible in the upper right corner of the Firefox window. After that select the Username and password option. You can also type about: connections in the address bar and press Enter button.
Now click on the three dot icon and select Import from another browser option.
The next window displays some browsers from which you can export all saved passwords. You must select a browser from the list and click on the Next button.
After that, remove the tick marks from all check boxes except Saved passwords. Then click on Next button.
For your information, if you want to import other data such as browsing history, cookies, etc., you can select the corresponding boxes.
If everything is done correctly, it should display a success message, and you must click on the finish button. Then you can find all the passwords exported from other browsers to Firefox in the Username and password window.
That’s all! I hope this tutorial will help you.
Then read: How to export and import passwords in Chrome browser