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How do I remove my browser history? There is way too much in it from searching in Ancestry.com. I believe it is slowing down everything. I have instructions and am using those for Mozilla Firefox users but they don't work. What is the secret Also some things I have tried doing tell me Firefox doesn't allow it. Right now I don't recall what they were. Why?

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