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If you've ever had your online accounts "hacked" into, you know how imperative it is to protect yourself when you're using a public computer.
The first line of defense can be your browsing habits. When using a public, or friend's computer, you should always use private browsing mode, or at least clear your browsing history before leaving. In fact, there are times when you need to erase, or hide, your browsing history at home. Hey, maybe you're shopping for something special for someone that lives with you. We're not here to judge.
Before you get all paranoid about your Facebook log in information, we're here to show you how to protect your online identities by cleaning up browsing history by deleting any potential identifying information.
Click through our gallery below to learn how to clear your browsing history and turn on private browsing in Safari, Firefox, and Chrome.
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