How to read sqlite files easily

You want to read your Firefox bookmarks or your Firefox cookies, but when you open the sqlite files with a notepad editor it’s mostly gibberish? Here’s how to read sqlite files easily in Windows 7.

How to open SQLite files in Windows 7

Firefox Extension

Download this Firefox extension to read your SQLite database files

SQLite Browser

Alternatively, if you don’t like Firefox extensions for this job you can download this SQLite browser:
SQLite Browser to read files
Download SQLite Browser

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One Response to How to read sqlite files easily

  1. Orange Community Approved Comment:
    DannyK said:

    Thank you – this was helpful for me.

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