Customizing the way your browser stores and organizes data

Conclusions

Tidying up is often tedious, but it does get rid of the ballast. It is a good idea to clear out the browser cache once in a while; cookies and form data also belong in the virtual trash can. The same applies to the history and bookmarks – discard all entries that you no longer need.

The Author

Frank Hofmann works on the road, preferably in Berlin, Geneva, and Cape Town, as a developer, trainer, and author. He is coauthor of the Debian Package Management Book (http://www.dpmb.org/index.en.html).

Mandy Neumeyer works in tourism and has been living in South Africa for nine years. She is currently earning additional income as a digital nomad.

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