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I tried searching for this, so I apologize in advance if this has already been discussed. Is there any way to have private browsing in Safari permanently turned on?
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Not according to Apple. It always resets at the end of a session. However, you can get the SafariPlus extension and achieve a similar result - you can configure it to clean up after you each time automatically AND it adds all sorts of great cookie management capabilities.

See: http://web.mac.com/jrc/SafariPlus

IMHO, no Safari user should be without it!

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Hmm that sucks. Alright, well I'll give that program a shot. Thanks
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