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    Google Browser Sync

    1st October 2006

    Today I came across Google Browser Sync once again. It allows you to synchronize the current state of two or more Firefox installations on different computers. Here, “state” means bookmarks, history, open tabs, persistent cookies and saved passwords.

    I didn’t try it yet, as I do not feel like syncing my work PC with home PC :)
    However, I’m a long-time user of Foxmarks, which allows to sync only bookmarks, and works perfect for me – especially after the recent update to version 0.8.


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