The new Chromium-based Microsoft Edge browser is super-fast, supports all the extensions available for Chrome, and finely tuned for performance.
Windows 10 PC users who were earlier using Microsoft Edge rivals now appreciate the new Edge browser. The new Edge has most of the features and options offered in Google Chrome and likely to gain a good amount of browser market share in the coming months.
Many of the Mozilla Firefox users are impressed with the new Edge. If you are also looking to use Edge as your primary web browser, you might want to import passwords, browsing history and other data from Firefox into the Edge.
Like other web browsers, the new Edge browser also has built-in functionality to import passwords and other data from popular web browsers into the Edge.
Follow the given below directions to import passwords from Mozilla Firefox into the Microsoft Edge in Windows 10.
NOTE: This method applies to version 74 or later versions of Microsoft Edge. If you are running an earlier version, update Edge to the latest version before proceeding further.
Import passwords from Firefox into Edge In Windows 10
Step 1: Open the Edge browser. Click the Settings and more icon (three dots) and then click the Settings option.
Step 2: On the left-pane, click on the Profiles tab. On the right side, click the Import browser data option to Import browser data dialog.
Step 3: Select Mozilla Firefox from the list and then make sure that Saved passwords option is selected. As you can see, Edge can import bookmarks, browsing history and autofill data as well. They are selected by default. So, if you don’t want to import them, please uncheck them.
Remember that previously imported passwords for the same websites will be overwritten.
Finally, click the Import button to import Firefox passwords and other data (if selected) into the Microsoft Edge.
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