How Can I Log Into Two Facebook Accounts At The Same Time?

November 17th, 2008

Simple trick to log into two facebook accounts at the same time…

You’ve seen a lot of people do it. You tried logging in to two different Facebook accounts, but some how your browser doesn’t let you through ?

It’s simple. Use different browsers for different accounts, ie. login to facebook with one account using Internet Explorer, which is a part of your Windows OS installation.

You can download and install firefox and use firefox to login to the second account.

If you can use more browsers like Opera, you can login to facebook with more accounts.

**Update**

Try these suggestions if you still are not able to login to more than one Facebook account at the same time :

PersePhone has a solution too:

there is a couple of things you can do

1. download firefox and then use firefox and internet explorer to login into Facebook

2. download firefox and then create different profiles and you can load as many facebook accounts ( just add -profilemanager -no-remote to the end of the firefox target) this can be found by right clicking firefox icon on desktop and then select properties and then you will see a title called target just add -profilemanager -no-remote to the end of the path of firefox with a space between the end and -profilemanager -no-remote then click apply and ok then when yoy click firefox icon a box will come up and that will show all your profiles just create new ones name it what ever you want then there you go there isn’t a limit to how many you do and you can launch them all at once too
pretty much there isnt much you can do for this and facebook allways makes it harder because of all the duds accounts ect.

Also Read : Can Two People Be Logged Into The Same Facebook Account At The Same Time ?

Latest update: All those who were logging to someone else’s account at the same time when they were logged in may not be able to do so. Facebook has improved their security, as a result of which users can know who else is logging into their FaceBook account and from which computer.

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  1. July 18th, 2011 at 20:37 | #1

    @robin kiesler

    no that wont delete it.. after u deactivate ur profile .. when ever u want u can just type n ur email adress and ur password[ the ones that you used before] and VOILA! you have ur old ACCOUNT IN front of you…

  2. July 18th, 2011 at 20:40 | #2

    @Aqsa
    friend instead of using google chrome i would advise you tu use mozilla Firefox… a better browser with a very good browsing speed and aall types of EXTENSIONS…..

    [p/s; read the comment #50….. thank you…

  3. August 2nd, 2011 at 17:28 | #3

    Use Google Chrome,
    Press Ctrl + Shift + N (New INCOGNITO Window)
    Enjoy.

  4. Cynthia Hindmarch
    September 11th, 2011 at 04:25 | #4

    I am on someone else’s facebook account who used my computer to log in, now I can’t get on my own.

  5. October 25th, 2011 at 12:26 | #5

    after creating my another facebook i have lost my first facebook. now can’t login my first fb

  6. jehangir
    March 24th, 2012 at 19:14 | #6

    hi, i have facebook credits in one account, can i transfer them to an other account ? or is there a way to use my facebook credits from an other of my facebook account to buy something from the apps?

  7. Melonie
    August 29th, 2012 at 07:02 | #7

    I use both my personal Facebook account and work Facebook account at the same time, all the time. Is there a program where I can use & get notification from both accounts at the same time with separate icons on my desktop? Also is there an app for your phone to do this on the road>

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