Today we’ll review Firefox Focus, a new product launched by Firefox to ensure full privacy. Your cache tracker will not be saved, so this application is perfect for people who don’t want others to view their search history.
The main window that appears when you open the application is very simple. It has an address bar in which you can type the address you want to go to, and then you will be directed there. Under this, there are automatic privacy browsing and duplication, which is very noticeable.
Now we will move to a page where you enter the website and wait for it to load. In the upper right-hand corner, there are three points you can press to see more information, and you can see in the first line where its write to the tracer is blocked, which shows how many tracers it has blocked. If you want it to retain historical records and records, you can close the option.
The lower right button is a trash can, which is used to protect your browsing history and keep history clean. You just click it, the current window will be closed, and the browsing history will be deleted. You don’t have to worry about forgetting to close labels or hide history traces.
Another thing is, if you want to take a screen shot while browsing, it tells you that the screen shot can’t be saved because it’s very security-conscious.