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How to Reset Apple Safari Saved Information

Last updated December 14, 2009 - Send Feedback

Resetting Apple Safari saved information

For Apple’s Safari, choose the Safari => Reset Safari… menu command.

Notice there is also a Empty Cache… menu item; this is useful for eliminate stale web pages and images if the current version of a web page is not showing up.

The Reset Safari dialog is shown below. Use caution here; you can’t really hurt anything, but it might be annoying to lose all your saved usernames and passwords and cookies, which are by and large a great convenience.

After using Safari on a public computer, I recommend checking all the boxes then clicking Reset, to avoid someone else being able to see where you’ve been, or even (if the computer provider is careless) being able to auto log-on as you to a web site.

Resetting Apple Safari saved information

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