Introduction: Importing Browser Bookmarks Into Microsoft Edge
The Firefox Browser has some issues with the flash player crashing. Updates to flash player do not seem to be helping. Since it is appears to be something within Firefox, I wanted to try a different browser. With the new windows 10 install I was given access to a new browser called EDGE. I decided to try the browser, and so far it doesn't seem to have the issues I was having with Firefox. I decided to import my bookmarks from Firefox. This instructable is the result of what I figured out in order to get this to work.
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Step 1: Export Bookmarks From Firefox
Open Firefox browser.
Click show your bookmarks button
Click Show all book marks
Click Import and backup
Click export Bookmarks to HTML
Name file on your computer drive for later retrieval
Close Firefox Browser
Step 2: Import Bookmarks Into Internet Explorer
Open Internet Explorer
Click View Favorites
Click drop down arrow Add To Favorites
Click Import and Export
Select Import from a File
Click Browse and locate the file saved to your drive and select it
Bookmarks are located in Internet Explorer
Step 3: Import Bookmarks Into Edge From Internet Explorer
Click Hub where favorites are located
Click Import Favorites, Internet Explorer is your only choice and should be checked
You will see all bookmarks appear in your favorites