I removed an Adobe product from my program list.
I then went down the list of programs to see if there were any other programs no longer needed, or worse, some program that I was "given" without my permission.
I noticed FF 15.0 and FF 17.0.
I un-installed FF 15.0.
Unfortunately is took 17.0 with it.
Are my FF bookmarks stored somewhere on my computer or are they lost?
Where can I find them?
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