How to clear the cache - Firefox Firefox is better about...

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How to clear the cache The computer saves a copy of every single page you visit on the web. Eventually this clutters your hard drive, and it raises privacy issues if you are using a public computer at a university lab or internet café. Here’s how to clean out the unnecessary files: Internet Explorer 1. Click on Tools > Internet Options 2. Click on Delete Cookies . Click OK to confirm 3. Click on Delete Files . Click OK to confirm 4. Click on Clear History . Click OK to confirm 5. Click on the Content Tab 6. Click on Auto Complete 7. Make sure all boxes are Unchecked 8. Click on Clear Forms 9. Click on Clear Passwords
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Unformatted text preview: Firefox Firefox is better about privacy, but still retains information. 1. Click on Tools >Options 2. Make sure there is no checkmark by Remember Passwords 3. Click on View Saved Passwords to see what it has been saving 4. Click on Settings 5. In the dialog box on page two, make sure all the items are checked if youre using a public computer. 6. If you do this on your home computer you may lose all the passwords youve saved for sign-in sites, so think twice to be sure thats what you want. 7. Happy surfing!...
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