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Hello - i'm wondering if there's an easy way to transfer internet favorites from IE9 from one computer to a new one - without going through the whole easy transfer wizard thing and transwering all data that way?
thanks!
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by:George-
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just copy the favourites folder from the users directory.

C:\Users\username\Favorites
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by:jpomerantz
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i knew it was something easy - just couldn't find it!!! thanks so much :)
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by:Alexios
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Glad to help

Have a nice day!
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thanks!
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