Here’s how to start cleaning in a keyboard shortcut way
The keyboard shortcut is the fastest way to get things done with your personal computer. But would you believe that you can easily clean your Mozilla Firefox with some shortcuts? Well, we have gathered and enumerated the steps on how to do that. This is applicable to Windows, Mac, and Linux.
Keyboard shortcuts steps:
- Open “Firefox.” In an open window, choose one of these two keyboard shortcut combinations depending on which type of computer you are using:
- Mac: Press Command+Shift+Delete.
- Windows or Linux: Press Ctrl+Shift+Delete.
- Select and Choose “Clear All History” window as it appears.
- Once ready, click “OK.”
It will clear your Firefox browsing history based on the settings you have selected. On the second attempt in opening the “Clear All History” window, it will remember the last settings you chose, so you can quickly clear history just by clicking Enter.
Google Search Comes To Firefox:
According to ZDNet, both companies have reached an agreement that is apparently beneficial for both parties. Despite the leaked news, the official announcement about the deal is said to be expected later on in November. The Mozilla Corporation themselves have also confirmed that the final announcement will yet be in November.
According to the organization, both parties are having an ongoing partnership. The agreement will make Google Search the primary search engine in numerous places around the world.
The organization also added that they have decided to extend their partnership and that the relationship is not changing. The deal is estimated to be worth about $400 million all the way to $450 million per year once in effect. The report actually came after the Mozilla Corporation announced its plans to lay off up to 250 people.
The announcement was made last week and was supposed to be part of the company’s restructuring plan for the better.