Internet privacy includes much more than maintaining the information that you transmit safe. A person might also desire that others should not have evidence of the websites that you visit. This is especially true for those who share a household computer or who must use a shared computer at work. Here’s how to clear the address bar in most of the browsers used today.
Steps For Clearing Address Bar In FireFox
Step 1: Open the Firefox browser
Step 2: Access the Options window by clicking “Tools” on the main menu, then choosing “Options.
Step 3: Select the Privacy tab in the Options window to clear the history.
Step 4: Here you can establish privacy options for future use by selecting your preferred option under the History subheading.
Step 5: Set the location bar to suggest “Nothing”.
Step 6: Click the linked phrase, “clear your recent history.”
- Here you can establish privacy options for future use by selecting your preferred option under the History subheading.
Step 7: Choose your preferred option and click the “Clear now” button. Wait a few moments for the activity to complete, then click the OK button.
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