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If you don’t want your current web browser to remember your activity, use its Private browsing feature to make sure you leave no traces behind. What the browser does is creating a temporary session that is isolated from your data and the main session as well.
Browsers are updated regularly, usually since both users’ demands and technology change surprisingly fast these days. Some find Internet traffic compression features and speed as being the most important aspects to consider on their browser of choice. Others value privacy regardless of customizability.
That’s why you can browse the web privately in Incognito mode or using other Private browsing features in Opera, Firefox, Google Chrome, Microsoft Edge, Internet Explorer, UC Browser, UR Browser, Safari, or Vivaldi. None of them will save your browsing history, site data, or cookies.
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