Today’s Quick Tip couldn’t be simplier, but it’s a feature that alot of people seem to either forget, or not know about.
In Safari, you can browse the web in absolute privacy (i.e. – with no trace of where you have gone on your computer: nothing is added to the history, autofill, downloads window, and no info about what you are viewing or reading on the web is saved or cached).
This is, of course, very useful if you are on a public terminal, or if you want to browse the web without anyone knowing exactly where you have been, or what you have been doing…you know, in case you’re shopping for a birthday present for the wife, and you don’t want her to find out…that sort of thing…
Enabling it couldn’t be simpiler.Â Just click on Safari and select Private Browsing.
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