The Chrome team has just released Firefox’s latest update, which includes a new anti-tracking feature that can be used to clean up webpages and prevent unwanted cookies from being stored.
This feature, called “clean and jerky,” can be enabled by going to Options -> General -> General Options.
By default, Firefox’s version of “clean” will only clean the cache and chrome, but if you want to enable “cleaner” you can do so by setting the “clean_chrome_and_cookies” setting to false in the Options menu.
After you’ve set that to false, Firefox will clean and jerk the page and will remove any cookies that were previously set in the cache.
The only thing left to do is to clean the chrome cache by default.
In order to use the new feature, Firefox first needs to be configured to accept cookies.
The first thing to do after enabling the new “clean chrome_and.cookies setting is to restart Firefox.
When you’re ready to install Firefox, go to Firefox’s main menu and click on the “Manage Add-ons” button.
Once you’re there, click on “Install” to start the installation process.
When the installation is complete, you’ll see the Firefox menu on the right-hand side of the screen.
On the “Tools” menu, click “Advanced” and then “Manual.”
Click on “Options” to open the “Advanced Options” window.
At the bottom of the window, you should see a list of the “Options for the browser.”
Click “Clean Chrome” to perform the cleanup.
When Firefox is finished installing, the “Clean and Jerky” feature will appear on the main menu.
Click the “Start” button to start Firefox.
On Windows, the cleanup will take a few minutes.
On Mac, the process will take 30 minutes.
For more information about the “Clear History” feature, visit Firefox’s Help.
Firefox also has a “Cache Cleaner” feature that is used to remove unwanted cookies.
To enable this feature, go back to Firefox, click the “Settings” menu and then the “Privacy” section.
Click on the little “Clean” button next to the “Cache” button, and then click on a “Clean Cache” button on the other side of that button.
To start the “cache cleaner” mode, you can either click the big “Clean cache” button or use the “New Clean Cache” option.
Once the cache cleaner is activated, the new cookies will be removed from the browser’s memory.
When it’s done, the browser will be back to its default state.