One very useful feature of Mozilla Firefox is private browsing. People prefer to use it when they don’t want to leave any trace of websites they visit. However, if you browse the Internet you will find certain tools and addons available which can retrieve the webpages visited with private browsing enabled.
So a better option would be to disable the history completely for a certain time period. To do that, you should check a useful addon named History Disable button.
Once installed, the addon adds a disable history button in the Firefox bar. Clicking on the button will activate or deactivate the addon. When active, it disables the history including the address bar auto-complete feature to improve privacy. This is important if you are using a shared computer and you don’t want other users to see webpages you have visited.
- Simple and easy to use.
- Disable history feature and address bar auto complete.
- Enable/disable addon with a single click.
Check out History Disable Button @ https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/history-disable-button/ (Via Ghacks) (By Hammad from TechncallyDigital)