Selectively erase browser tracks

Internet privacy utilities typically work by erasing from your computer all records of your browsing activities.  This can be a good thing, particularly when you are privately surfing at work.  However, these utilities also erase information you may want to keep. For example, you lose the auto-completion of all typed-in web addresses as well as any auto-logon cookies. FreeToGo is a shareware utility that solves this problem by allowing you to turn Internet privacy security on and off at the flick of a switch.  Turn it on when you are visiting "personal" sites and off again at other times. It works a treat, though you have to close your browser to clear your history.  Shareware, $24.95, 30-day free trial available, 365KB.

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