Covering your tracks


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Covering your tracks

One of the great things about Safari is that it keeps track of where you have been. That's allowing cached pages to load more quickly, passwords to be stored in cookies and an easily retraceable path is provided to be at the History menu but there are times when you don't want Safari to keep track, for example when you are sitting at someone else's computer conducting confidential work and this could be as innocent as hiding any traces of online shopping you have done for your husbands upcoming birthday. We will now look at how you can cover your tracks. First it's helpful to know where those tracks are.

Let's first start with the History menu. This menu shows the places you visited going back a very long time. You can quickly make that list of visit disappear by going to the end of the menu and choosing their history and then there is Auto Fill. When you start typing an address into Safari's address field that we will do that now a helpful list of suggestions appears. These...

Covering your tracks
Video duration: 3m 25s 6h 15m Intermediate

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Covering your tracks provides you with in-depth training on Business. Taught by Christopher Breen as part of the Mac OS X 10.5 Leopard Beyond the Basics

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Business
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Mac OS X
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