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In most instances, this would not be a big issue especially a home computer. Leaving a for others to find the sites you have visited can lead to some Internet security risks.

If hackers access your computer, they give notice see windows webcache where you have been. This includes passwords and account information if you neglected to log off the site before you closed the window.

To begin erasing your browser history with Firefox:

· Locate the Tools at the top of your browser window and click on it

· Click on Options, then thePrivacy

· You now have a few actions you can take. You will think the words "Firefox will" with field box where you can choose: Remember History, Never Remember History, Use Custom Settings for History.

The first two choices are explanatory but the third option gives you more choices. If you Use Custom Settings for History:

· Select Automatically Start Firefox in a Private Browsing Session. This setting will keep your browsing history private. If this isn't what you wish, you can create any other choice you want.

· You can erase your history at time so if you select the option of having Firefox remember your history for a number of days, you can let Firefox delete the history after that time period, do it manually or let your antivirus/antispyware program automatically do it for you when you schedule it.

To manually delete your browser history, follow the steps above to to your Privacy tab

· In the middle of the page click the link in blue that reads Clear Your Recent History.

· A deliver down menu appears and gives you a choice of the time systema skeletale for deleting the history. You tin select now, today, the last hours or everything.

Cookies required for many websites to access. Every time you visit website, cookies are installed on your computer so that you are when you return. It is very good idea to delete the cookies regularly because again, they footprints for your Internet activity to be viewed.

Don't worry if you delete cookies and then to return to a website because they will be installed again.

Internet security is very important. Read more here

where you have been. This includes passwords and account information if you neglected to log off the site before you closed the window.

To begin erasing your browser history with Firefox:

· Locate the Tools at the top of your browser window and click on it

· Click on Options, then thePrivacy

· You now have a few actions you can take. You will think the words "Firefox will" with field box where you can choose: Remember History, Never Remember History, Use Custom Settings for History.

The first two choices are explanatory but the third option gives you more choices. If you Use Custom Settings for History:

· Select Automatically Start Firefox in a Private Browsing Session. This setting will keep your browsing history private. If this isn't what you wish, you can create any other choice you want.

· You can erase your history at time so if you select the option of having Firefox remember your history for a number of days, you can let Firefox delete the history after that time period, do it manually or let your antivirus/antispyware program automatically do it for you when you schedule it.

To manually delete your browser history, follow the steps above to to your Privacy tab

· In the middle of the page click the link in blue that reads Clear Your Recent History.

· A deliver down menu appears and gives you a choice of the time systema skeletale for deleting the history. You tin select now, today, the last hours or everything.

Cookies required for many websites to access. Every time you visit website, cookies are installed on your computer so that you are when you return. It is very good idea to delete the cookies regularly because again, they footprints for your Internet activity to be viewed.

Don't worry if you delete cookies and then to return to a website because they will be installed again.

Internet security is very important. Read more here

  
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