Purge Firefox is a utility specifically designed for users of the popular Firefox browser for removing the surfing tracks retained by Firefox and Windows. It lets you easily protect the Cookies you want to keep and quickly delete the rest. It optionally displays a list of the items it deletes and provides a 'Preview' function to let you determine the items that would be deleted by the 'Purge' function.
Reviewing 2.01 (Jun 30, 2007)
Oh how hilarious! Not only does Firefox not do what PurgeFox does (and I wouldn't expect it to), I don't know of any application that does.
Hint: It isn't just for Firefox. See what happens when changelings rate software without even using it first?
Reviewing 2.01 (Mar 13, 2006)
Hmmm, Firefox can secure erase, handle MSIE cookies/history/etc, and supports plugins to delete files/text file contents/registry keys/values from any application? And Firefox can selectively delete some of its own cookies, rather than blocking them entirely, to enhance site compatibility without compromising privacy? This I did not know.
Reviewing 2.01 (Feb 10, 2006)
FireFox already does this (at least from version 1.5) it can automatically clear your tracks on exit..
Reviewing 2.01 (Sep 6, 2005)
It does what it is supposed to do, but $21.95 for a tool that basically does for one application what CCleaner does for dozens of applications for free? Some of the advanced functions like secure erase are nice but unnecessary for the average user. Not worth the price in my opinion.
Reviewing 2.01 (Feb 23, 2005)
Does of great job of erasing everything, but best of all is its intuitive setup to manage cookies and retain files you want.
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