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Mini ible 2/2 Keeping it Clean in linux updated

Thanks to two user's for telling me about some errors i updated and added info :P

also, i have taken the small screenshot issue into consideration


sometimes you want to be safe rather than sorry, lets say you were face booking or doing some networking on twitter, then you get paranoid about hacker's or pesky roommates fetching your password and wreaking havok on your page turning it pink posting weird pics or vidoes.etc
so lets nip this problem in the but

first get new roommates or lock your door

2nd follow this tutorial

ok so what you want to do is bring up your browser

it is called Epiphany browser, once launched it will have many options docked on the top,left

ok now click Edit, then click personal data. once upyou will see a list of cookie cache's or list of "cookie jars" click the one you want to delete the press remove to remove the individual highlighted option or clear all option to clean the all caches.

once you clean your selected caches your finished wiping all caches click exit or for extra safety click clear all you will be prompted to delete other stuf like passwords , temp files ,auto show which is the bar that shows your google search history
Please don't make 20 instuctables! One with 20 step would be better. Also, read lemonie's comment, it matches my opinion perfectly.
albylovesscience (author)  Awesome-aniac4 years ago
ha, okay i was thinking about doing something on pasta
I just meant that since this instuctable was relatively short, you should try to combine instuctables. I thought that several longer instructables sounded better than 20 short ones.
Goodhart4 years ago
Hey Alby, just one little thing here. I opened each of your pictures (except the very last one in the series :-) and expanded them to the largest proportions just so I could read them, and then, even after all that, I am unsure of what you are asking someone to do? Could you expand on that a little?

If you are clearing cookies, save form info, passwords in temp files, etc. many browsers do this if you set them to do it.

But, if you are doing it manually, without having a browser up, then you lost me completely.
albylovesscience (author)  Goodhart4 years ago
sorry, im going to fix that soon
lemonie4 years ago
The slideshow doesn't show this very well, and less than 1% of people use that particular browser anyway. Do another one on food next time? L