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I always browse in a private window. When I open it, my previous searches ARE shown in history. The system will nt allow me to delete the history. Anyway, what'

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I though that if I browsed in a private window that there would be no history record? This is the case with all other internet browsers that I use and it is automatic. I have never needed to go into settings. The Mozilla private browsing has remembered every site that I've been on and does not "forget" them when I log off. The history IS shown. What's more, I can NOT delete them with ctrl/shift/delete. This immensly irritating!!!!!! Please offer a solution.

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Normally in Private Browsing, History is not saved. Bu if you want to not save history, Please follow this option

Tools>option>Privacy then in History Please select Firefox Will Never remember history option. ]

Remember either change this option firefox will not save any browsing history (Both Normal and Private mood) .

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Normally in Private Browsing, History is not saved. Bu if you want to not save history, Please follow this option

Tools>option>Privacy then in History Please select Firefox Will Never remember history option. ]

Remember either change this option firefox will not save any browsing history (Both Normal and Private mood) .

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Thank you for this. I went into normal (not private) and succeeded. I wish all responses were this straightforward. Still disappointed that history was saved in private browsing

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When opening a new private window Firefox tells you what is remembered and what not. History is not remembered after the private window has been closed. No additional settings are required for this.