Firefox Extension Backup (FEBE)

Firefox Extension Backup (FEBE)

4 stars

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User Rating

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backup your Firefox extensions Firefox Extension Backup (FEBE) enables you to backup your Firefox extensions as well as bookmarks, preferences, cookies, passwords and more. You can maintain multiple backup sets in folders named after the date of the backup, and easily restore any of the backup files. FEBE also includes an option to schedule automated backups, include other files in the backup, as well as support for cloud uploads to Dropbox. Copyright

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Product Details

Publisher Chuck Baker Price Free
Version  history Last updated Dec 03, 2016
File Size 1.34 Mb Requirements None

User Reviews

5 stars66% 6
4 stars22% 2
3 stars0% 0
2 stars11% 1
1 star0% 0
Based on 9 reviews

Latest user reviews:

Great but this 8.4 won't work on my ff 27.01 4 stars by henerey773 Feb 19, 2015 (Read all my 17 reviews)
FF 27.01 is the last pre-"australis" FF version, released just 14 months ago. Trying to install this 8.4 FEBE an alert pops up that it's incompatible with FF 27.01 (and presumably earlier versions). Also, as a long-time FEBE user I would caution new users who want to use its one-click Restore-a-profile. Your FF is booted into a FF profile, so then FEBE can't restore to that same profile. Maybe it can but I've never found a way. I use MozBackup for full restores. I use FEBE to export everything and then be able to do local, no-net-needed, re-installs of extensions, plugs, marks, themes etc. Also, when it finishes a backup it creates a GREAT html page of all the stuff. Be sure to save a copy where you can easily find it. show Review details
Backs up practically everything. 4 stars by BrianAdams Nov 07, 2014 (Read all my 7 reviews)
I've been using this add on for some time now and it's my #1 favorite add on for Firefox. We all know at some point we will have to reinstall our browser this add on allows you to get it back to it's former state as quickly as possible. You can pick what you would like to back up or just backup everything. You wont be sorry you tried this. show Review details
Kind of useless 2 stars by Rodger Apr 15, 2012 (Read all my 99 reviews)
The problem is that when Firefox updates most extensions dont so you would be left with a new version of firefox with some non working extensions-so good for bookmarks and passwords but bad for extensions. show Review details
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