Deactivate the storing of browsing history in Safari-Private Surfing

Wednesday, October 15, 2008 Posted by Aman Jain

Version 3.1.2 of Apple's Safari browser for windows allows user to deactivate the saving of Temporary Browsing data .It can be downloaded at In Safari , you only need to turn on the privacy function selectively and for a very short time , and the rest of your history won't be affected .Use the "Edit ->Private surfing command for that and confirm it in the dialog box by clicking "Ok".You can also reactivate the storing of history and cookies using the same command.

In addition ,the privacy mode is turned off each time you restart Safari.
iTunes users should check out their Start Menus :The browser could be loaded already through an automatic update.

During installation ,make sure you don't install any additional software like "Bonjour for Windows" along with it .An interesting and special feature of Safari is the "Private Surfing " Function.With it , you can open websites safely without your activities being stored in the browser history for weeks or your username sand passwords being remembered automatically .You can delete the history or private data in other browsers also , but you loose your entire history and cache if you do .