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Thread: Moving setting from old computer to new question??

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    Default Moving setting from old computer to new question??

    I am building a new computer and want to keep all of my current settings if possible. When I switch from the one computer to the other I want to keep my firefox settings, ie settings, chrome settings, and outlook settings. I would also like to keep the recent items in my taskbar for the programs that are there if possible. Would anyone care to help or lead me in the right direction as to how to save all the settings I have for that? Thanks very much.
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    Default Re: Moving setting from old computer to new question??

    Have you tried Windows Easy Transfer? it's in your Accessories>System Tools.

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    Default Re: Moving setting from old computer to new question??

    Apologies, you have a machine of that specification & you haven't yet figured out how to use a web browser ... you haven't said whether you are migrating from Win7 to another Win7 box, or whether you're going to rebuild it with Win8 .. suggest you take a browse through the web for "easy transfer"

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