Just like other web browsers, Firefox remembers lots of information that you used to surf the internet using this browser. Collected information is used for better user experience on Firefox. But the user can control how much information to be collected by Firefox. You can create a private browsing window and browse the internet privately. Or you can clear Firefox history time to time.
However, we suggest deleting Firefox browsing history, if you’re surfing the internet using any known devices. Removing or clearing Firefox history stops other users to see your browsing history. You can choose from time range and items to clear. This article explains how to delete Firefox browsing history.
How to Clear Firefox History?
- Click on the menu (Three horizontal lines) on the top-right side of the page and go to History.
You can use the shortcut key Ctrl+H to open Firefox history.
- Tap on ‘Clear Recent History’ as shown below.
You can directly use shortcut key Ctrl+Shift+Del.
- Select ‘Time range to clear’ and click ‘Details’ to choose items to clear. And click ‘Clear Now’.
Now Firefox browsing history will be cleared. Further, if you want to remove Firefox history every time you use it, go to Options > Privacy > Firefox will > and choose ‘Clear history when Firefox closes.