How to Delete Browsing History on Apple Computersby Craig Witt
All modern web browsers store a comprehensive list of visited websites by default. Known as a browsing history, this list tracks the dates and times you visit a page, in addition to the title and address of the page. Once you know where to look, deleting this historical information from your Apple computer is a quick process, whether you use the Safari, Firefox, Opera or Camino Web browser.
Select "Reset Safari" from the "Safari" menu.
Check the "Clear History" option, then press "Reset."
Click "Tools" in the top menu bar, then select "Recent History."
Select your preferred time range from the drop-down menu.
Click the down arrow next to "Details" and select the browsing history option.
Click "Clear Now."
Select "Preferences," then click the "Advanced" tab.
Click the "History" item in the left-hand column.
Locate the "Disk cache" section, then click the "Empty Now" button.
Select "Preferences" from the "Camino" menu.
Click the "Navigation" icon, then click the "History" tab.
Click the "Clear Visited Pages" button.
- If you use Firefox 3, click "Tools" and select "Clear Private Data." Select the browsing history option, then click "Clear Private Data Now."
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