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 our editorial process Facebook Twitter LinkedIn Alina Bradford Updated on June 24, 2019 Rawpixel/Pexels Browsers Firefox Chrome Safari Microsoft Tweet Share Email Whether it's to clear all of your old saved bookmarks and settings in one clean sweep, or to stop a glitching Firefox Sync from restoring deleted bookmarks, you can quickly delete your Firefox account in just a few minutes. These instructions work for all Firefox browser versions, including 65.0.1, 64.0.2 and 63.0.3. Repercussions to Deleting Your Firefox Account When you delete your Firefox account, you're essentially wiping out all of your Firefox browser settings and saved bookmarks across the Mozilla Firefox platform. All of your Firefox Sync information will be gone and you'll need to create a new account if you want to use Firefox again. If you use other Mozilla products like SeaMonkey, Thunderbird, Pocket, AMO, and Screenshots, deleting your Firefox account won't wipe out the personal information saved to the other Mozilla services. You'll need to log into each of your other Mozilla accounts or apps and manually remove any information you have saved in each one. How to Delete Your Firefox Account Once you've decided deleting your account is the way to go, there are only a few steps to get it done. Go to the Account Sign-In Page and sign into your account using the sign-in name and password for the account you would like to delete. Select Delete next to Delete account. Type your password into the box provided and select the red Delete account. You're done. You will be redirected to the Create a Firefox Account sign-up page when your account deletion is complete. From here, you can sign up again to create a fresh account or close your browser tab.