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Hi,

I have just recently switched over to Mac yesterday, and I am using FireFox for my internet explorer. I will never look back. My question is:

On my PC, I saved all my favorite websites in "my favorites"

Is there an equivalent on my mac? If so, how do I save my favorite websites?

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They are called Bookmarks on Firefox (as well as Safari).

You can check out this page that contains a lot of info on bookmarks and Firefox (I don't currently have FF on this particular computer, so I can't give accurate directions on using bookmarks in FF)

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You can press command+D to bookmark a page in practically any Mac web browser.


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Thanks guys!!! Sorry for the dumb question.
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You can always import bookmarks from one browser to another browser

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Yeah, I'm not sure why Explorer ever called them favorites. Every other browser calls the "Bookmarks". Oh, and by the way: just a correction of terminology...Firefox is NOT an "Internet Explorer". Internet Explorer is Microsoft's Web Browser. Firefox and Safari (and numerous others) are also Web Browsers. I know that's no big deal, but just thought I'd correct you on that

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I know. Thanks. I have been a PC for so many years, I am just now seeing the light. Hahaha!!!
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