Internet, Networking, & Security Browsers How to Delete Your Firefox Account End it all or start over with just a few steps by Alina Bradford Writer Alina Bradford is a former Lifewire writer who specializes in Android, PC, and smart home tech. Her work has appeared on CBS, MTV, USA Today, and more. our editorial process Facebook Twitter LinkedIn Alina Bradford Updated on July 07, 2020 Browsers Firefox Chrome Safari Microsoft Tweet Share Email While you don't need an account to use the fast, reliable, and secure Firefox web browser, most users create a Firefox account to take advantage of features like Firefox Sync, Firefox Monitor, Pocket for Firefox, and more. If you're leaving Firefox behind or just want to start fresh with a new account, it's easy to delete your Firefox account. These instructions work for all Firefox browser versions. When you delete your Firefox account, data stored in the Firefox browser on your computer will still exist, but it will no longer sync to your other devices. How to Delete Your Firefox Account If you decide to delete your Firefox account, there are only a few steps to take. Open Firefox and select your account icon from the top right of the screen. Next to Delete account, select Delete. Type your password into the box provided and select Delete account. You've deleted your Firefox account. You'll be redirected to the Create a Firefox Account sign-up page when your account deletion is complete. Sign up again to create a fresh account or close your browser tab. Deleting your Firefox account won't affect your use of other Mozilla products, such as SeaMonkey, Thunderbird, Pocket, AMO, and Screenshots.