Ever since I had a computer crash, Firefox will not save my cookies. I have cookies enabled but I'm having to reinput all my information every time I close Firefox. Any idea why this would happen and how to fix it?
If Firefox isn't saving cookies, you've got some sort of error in the program. You'll want to make sure you delete Firefox, including all of its preferences files, and then reinstall it fresh. If you don't get rid of the preferences files, you run the risk of it regrabbing a damaged part of the program.
And make sure you've noted any really important preferences or passwords before you do the de-installation.
Clear history, cache, then reinstall new version of firefox. This should help you.
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