FireFox Profile Backup 1.0

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Backup or restore your firefox profile, the application searches for the profile in home drive, That will be the one to backup.

It will backup to other drives under the folder name you state, where it is tipicaly: PROGS.

What's New in Version 1.0


  • Added a progress bar for the startup, when it is searching for profiles.
  • 30/8/2013
  • Cleaned out some stuff
  • Added Scan button, instead of scaning uppon start.
  • Added exclude C:\ from all operations of scan/backup/restore.
  • 12/2/2015
  • Changed some stuff, simplified code.
  • Searches in a relative folder for a profile folder, and backups to, or from there.
  • 20/9/2016
  • Fixed a bug and simplified code

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