Erase Mozilla Firefox Browsing Data
There are several ways and steps to clear our tracks in Mozilla.
To View your browsing activity:
- You can custom your homepage to have the icon on the browser page itself, where you can click on the button and view it. Or else you can also view it by pressing Ctrl+H.
- Another way to view it is by viewing it through the sidebar. It is opened by pressing Alt in the Menu bar, then choose the activity by clicking the ‘sidebar' from the ‘View' Option. This is the most common way of viewing the browser data.
- If you are not about to access the above mentioned, then you can go for the hamburger menu in Mozilla which is located on the top right corner of the browser. After clicking the hamburger menu, press the icon that is available where it takes you to view your activity. Sometimes, through this, you can also access the ‘View Sidebar.'
- You can open your browser data by, clicking ‘view' in the menu bar and then choosing ‘History' -> ‘Show all' By viewing it, you can highlight or choose the individual page that you desired to erase.
Clear your browser activity:
- Click on the ‘hamburger menu’ to select 'History' and choose ‘Clear Recent'
- The option will open and give a drop-down menu, where you can choose of from how long you want to remove it. After that click ‘Clear Now’ to clear your browsing data. Ctrl+Shift+Del can access the shortcut.