'Browzar' leaves no user footprints
The latest entrant to the crowded Internet browser market is the appropriately named Browzar, a tool designed to protect users' privacy by not retaining details of the Web sites they've searched.
Most Web browsers automatically save users' searches in Internet caches and histories. Users have the option of deleting the history folder and emptying the Internet cache, but many people either don't know how to do that or tend not to, leaving a trail of where they've been online in the browser. 'Browzar' leaves no user footprints
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