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Deleting browsing history on Mac OS X

Posted by Lou TarDisk on

Safari, Chrome, Mozilla – all these browsers will store your internet history. Sometimes, it may be a good idea to delete this history from the browsers: in this article, we'll show you why you might want to do that – and how you should go about doing it. What is your browser history? When you are surfing the web, every page you visit will be remembered by your browser, except when you choose Private Browsing (Incognito Mode). One benefit of this website tracking is that they will autofill in a Google search or will be highlighted in violet in your...

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How to delete cookies on Mac OS X

Posted by Lou TarDisk on

  Ever wonder how Facebook somehow knows exactly which ads to put on your news feed? Ever booked a plane ticket, only to find out your friend booked the same ticket that same day at a much lower price? How'd that happen? Well, all internet browsers collect things called “cookies,” which could probably explain these weird occurrences that you may have thought were just coincidences. Cookies are basically little nuggets of information specific to your browsing habits. They're based on the sites you visit and the information you enter on those sites. Your browser stores these bits of data mainly...

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