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Private Browsing

Question : What does the "Private Browsing" option on the Macintosh Web browser do?

Answer : The latest version of Safari Web browser that comes free with new Macs includes a Private Browsing option in its program menu. When you turn this feature on, the browser's cache file does not save any surfing history or data like cookies from the sites you visit.

This sort of thing can be helpful if you are using a Mac computer in a public place like a library or school and want to check your Web mail or password-protected accounts without leaving any bits of your surfing session on the computer.


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