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Discussion in 'Tech Talk' started by Burke888, Aug 20, 2005.


  1. Burke888

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    I am running Mozilla right now.

    Just as I typed this thread, in the title box it automactically came up with a list of things I am have typed in the past. As I typed searches into Google for example, a long list of things that I have typed in the past come up. As I type a search into E-Bay, a list of searches that I have made in the past come up and go away when I begin typing something new. I would like to know how to fix this and clear all the fields for every website. Thanks!
     
  2. Molz

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    While you can do this manually, I prefer to automatically handle these tasks with IE Privacy Keeper, a freeware product, located here. It can clean your browser history, cookies, index.dat file, recent files, is Mozilla compatible, and one of the best free utilities I've found. Set it for the options you desire and let it do the work for you. It contains no adware or spyware.

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  3. Washington D.C.

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  4. Dedpoet

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    I can't speak directly on Mozilla, but in Firefox there is an option under Tools -> Options -> Privacy called "Saved Form Information" with a "Clear" button that does this. Since FF is based on Mozilla, it should be similar. You can also clear your browser history, saved passwords, cache, etc. in there.
     
  5. Washington D.C.

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    For Mozilla,

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