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Windows 7: How do I Import Passwords to Firefox Quantum v69 64bit

15 Sep 2019   #1
subyroo

Windows 7 Ultimate 64 bit SP1
 
 
How do I Import Passwords to Firefox Quantum v69 64bit

Can anybody tell me how to import my passwords into Firefox Quantum v69 64bit?
I have imported my Toolbar & Bookmarks, but cannot work out how to get my passwords into the program.

I have the passwords saved in both .csv & .json formats.


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