It's actually just in a single .HTML file called bookmarks.html. It's located here:
The "9y4we6k6.default" is actually just a random string, so yours is different.
You can actually copy all of the files in this folder to a safe place, and then copy them to this same location on the new computer (but with a different ".default" name of course). I mean, install Firefox on the new computer, open it, close it, paste these files into that %appdata%\\Mozilla\\Firefox\\Profiles\\randomstring
.default folder, open Firefox back up. When you open Firefox after this, it'll be exactly the same way it is right now right down to the very last detail! This even includes any about
:config settings you may have customized!
However, there are two things that must still be done: the Plugins
must still be installed, and you'll have to click "Find Updates" in the Extensions tab of the Add-ons window.
Try to avoid using a CD, and use a USB flash drive instead. The reason for this is because if you put all these files onto a CD, then all of their attributes get changed to Read-only.Edited by TwoCables - 1/4/11 at 12:58am