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hi there

im not sure if this is in the wrong place sorry if it is but how do delete past searches in website dropdown menu's

i.e when i go to istockphotography and type in a some letter for a search a drop down menu drops down with all my past searches using the letters i type in like it does in your internet browser when it remembers websites

how do i delete these past serches

im using safari as my browser

thanks

sam
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The easiest way to cover your tracks would be to click the Safari menu and then click "Reset Safari". That clears all caches, history and form data.

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interesting feature is also 'private browsing', where safari doesn't save any data from your browsing session. I was hoping Firefox had this too, especially when you surf another computer.
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