How to Delete Browsing data in Firefox Browser

There are several ways to delete browsing data in Firefox browser. Here are the steps on how to do it:

1. Open Firefox browser.

2. Click on the Menu button (three horizontal lines) in the top right corner of the window.

3. Select History.

4. Click on Clear Recent History.

5. In the Time range to clear drop-down menu, select the amount of history you want to delete.

6. Select the types of data you want to delete. You can select all of the data, or just specific items, such as browsing history, cookies, cached web content, and download history.

7. Click on the Clear Now button.

Here are some other ways to delete browsing data in Firefox:

* To clear browsing data automatically when you close Firefox, go to Menu > Settings > Privacy & Security. In the History section, select Use custom settings for history and check the box next to Clear history when Firefox closes.

* To clear browsing data for a single website, go to Menu > Tools > Show Cookies. Select the cookie for the website you want to clear and click on the Remove Cookie button.

* To clear all browsing data, you can also use a Firefox extension such as Clear Browsing Data. This extension provides a more convenient way to clear browsing data, and it also allows you to clear data more granularly.

To delete browsing data in the Firefox browser, follow these steps:

1. Open Firefox: Launch the Firefox browser on your computer.

2. Access History: Click on the three horizontal lines (hamburger menu) located at the top-right corner of the browser window. This will open a drop-down menu.

3. Choose History: From the drop-down menu, hover over "History." This will reveal a sub-menu.

4. Select Clear Recent History: Click on "Clear Recent History" from the sub-menu. This action will open a dialog box.

5. Configure Time Range: In the dialog box that appears, you'll see a field labeled "Time range to clear." Click on the drop-down arrow next to it and select the time range for which you want to clear browsing data. You can choose options like "Everything," "Last hour," "Last two hours," "Today," "Yesterday," etc.

6. Select Data Types: Below the time range field, you'll see a list of data types that you can delete. These include options like "Browsing & Download History," "Cookies," "Cache," "Active Logins," etc. Check the boxes next to the types of data you want to delete.

7. Advanced Options (Optional): If you want more control over what data gets deleted, you can click on the "Details" arrow to expand the advanced options. This will allow you to selectively delete data from specific sites or services.

8. Clear Now: Once you've selected the time range and data types to clear, click the "Clear Now" button. Firefox will start deleting the selected browsing data.

9. Confirmation: Once the data is cleared, you'll see a confirmation message at the bottom of the screen.

Remember that clearing browsing data will log you out of websites, remove stored passwords, and erase your browsing history. Make sure you're comfortable with these consequences before proceeding.

Please note that the steps and options might vary slightly based on the version of Firefox you're using, but the general process should be similar. Always make sure you have important information backed up or saved before clearing any data.

Feel free to ask questions in the comments section!

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