More Tips on Keeping Your Web Privacy

More Tips on Keeping Your Web Privacy

Remember last week about hiding your habits from advertisers? Well I read another article that takes that a step further. See, the last article assumed you just didn’t want advertisers knowing your browsing habits. This one assumes you don’t want to be seen at all.

It also outright tells you the best browser to use is Firefox hands down. It is the most supported by apps and simply has less loopholes as Chrome, and definitely is more secure than Internet Explorer. In fact aside from being forced to have it on your pc, IE should be treated as a browsing pariah as it hogs so much system resource, has lame/little customization options and frankle allows bad things into your pc without a care in the world.

Anyway, FF allows a lot of fun hacking that’ll make it nigh impossible to infect your system nor track you. Other than using FF as your main and only browser, setting it to automatically clean all cookies when the browser is closed will delete all those left over bits so it is if you are surfing the web fresh. Also installing CCleaner is a great step – it cleans out all left over bits from all your browser(s) and all over your pc, even down to your trash can. Having it set to auto run at a set time each day makes sure your system is scrubbed clean of unnecessary left overs all over your system. I saw more tech savvy tips in said post – try at your own risk!