Mozilla Firefox is one of the safest and secure web browser. Mozilla Firefox is safe because it has a anti-malware tool that keeps user away from viruses, spyware and other malicious content. With security increasing day by day in browsers, users are also taking precautions about their browsing data. Suppose you have logged into some social networking website, Gmail or other sites in someone’s system and you want to remove that specific website from the history of web browser. This article explains how you can remove a particular website from history of Mozilla Firefox.
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Remove a particular website from History of Mozilla Firefox in 4 Steps
- Open Mozilla Firefox, go to the Mozilla Firefox option menu and click on History as shown in the picture.
- After that click on Show All History, a Library window will appear. In the same window, on left pane you can see the options to directly delete the website which you have browsed today, yesterday, a week before and other options.
- Same like Google Chrome you have the search feature from where you can directly search for a particular website that you want to delete from the web browser. Type in the search box, the site you want to remove from the web browser history.
- After searching, you will get a list of all the related URLs of that website, to remove a particular website from history of Mozilla Firefox you just have to right click on the link and click on the Forget About This Site.
After you have followed the above steps, you have successfully removed that particular website from history of Mozilla Firefox. To check whether that the particular website you were trying to delete from the history of Mozilla Firefox is removed or not, you can simply type the URL of that website, it will not show in suggestions of address bar which verifies that the website has been removed from the history of Mozilla Firefox.