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Open Internet Explorer.
Click "Tools," then select "Internet Options."
Click the "Delete" button under "Browsing History."
This deletes Facebook from your browsing history, so no one can view your history and tell that you've been on the site.
Open the "Security" tab, then click the "Restricted sites" icon.
Click the "Sites" button, then enter "http://www.facebook.com" into the box and click the "Add" button.
This adds Facebook to the list of blacklisted sites in Internet Explorer, which means you'll no longer be able to visit the site.
Click the "Close" button, then click "OK" to save your settings.
You've successfully removed Facebook from your computer.
Open Google Chrome.
Click the wrench icon near the top-right corner of the screen, then click "Options."
Open the "Under the Hood" tab, then click the "Clear browsing data..." button to erase evidence of the Facebook website on your PC.
Click the "Content settings..." button, then click the "Manage exceptions..." button.
Enter "http://www.facebook.com" into the "Pattern" box, then click the drop-down "Behavior" box and select "Block." Click the "x" at the top of the Chrome tab to close the "Options" tab.
Open Mozilla Firefox.
Click "Tools," then click "Clear your recent history."
Open the drop-down box, select "Everything" and click "Clear Now."
This removes any history you have of browsing the Facebook site on your PC while using Firefox.
Unfortunately, Firefox does not have the built-in capability to block websites from being displayed or data from being transmitted to and from those websites.
There are third-party add-ons (click "Add-ons" under "Options") that will block websites, or you can do it through the HOSTS file in Windows.
Hope this helps.
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