Your browsing history should be yours alone. Here’s a look at private browsing in Safari for macOS, including how to use it, why to use it, and an explanation of exactly what it does and doesn’t do to protect the privacy of your online browsing.
With Safari 8, introduced with OS X Yosemite, Apple made a quiet change that is causing a bit of frustration for users. The latest version of Apple’s Web browser now clears all website data when a user elects to clear their browser history. In previous versions of Safari, history and website data — items such as cache and cookies — were cleared separately via two different methods. Apple’s new approach of clearing both history and website data together is an issue…
Google Chrome’s Incognito Mode is a popular and useful feature, but it takes a few steps to launch by default. We show you how to build a custom Incognito Mode shortcut, so you can launch a new instance of Chrome in Incognito Mode with just a click.
Apple is working to make the user experience across all of its devices as consistent and seamless as possible. One minor step in the company’s plans is Safari History syncing, which will soon keep your browser history in sync across all of your devices. It will be a great feature for many users, but it also introduces privacy concerns.
Google Chrome is a great browser, but there’s no setting to stop it from recording your browsing history. Here’s how to get around that limitation.
The majority of those browsing the Web navigate websites using their browser’s forward and back buttons. Click a link > read the page > click back to return to the site’s homepage. Easy, right? While this works great for simple websites, or for occasions when a user only navigates one or two pages deep, it can become a confusing and time consuming process while browsing deep into complex websites. For these situations, Apple provides an alternative way to navigate a…