How to Enable Do Not Track Settings on Safari in Mac OS X
When people surf the web via Safari on a Mac computer, the browsing history and cookies will be created and follow your every move on the Internet, and these recorded traces are often used by the owner of the websites and used for many purposes, such as managing the ads on your web browser, or build up a profile of your activities. If you don’t want your personal privacy to be monitored and used by others, you should enable the “Do Not Track” settings on your Safari browser.
As the Internet criminal increased rapidly in nowadays, more and more people realize the importance of protecting their confidential information online, and enable the “Do Not Track” setting is regarded as a very effective measure to protect the personal privacy from being stolen and utilized by others for illegal purpose. So now, I would like to share the specific steps to enable Do Not Track settings on the Safari.
- Click on open Safari browser on the Mac computer
- Click on Safari on the top menu, and select Preferences from the drop-down menu
- Click on the Privacy icon in the Preferences dialog, and then you will be able to see various Privacy preferences about the browser
- Select the checkbox next to “Ask web sites not to track me”
- After change the setting, please click on the close “X” button to exit
To enable Do Not Track settings on other web browser, the steps are much the same, in order to get a better protection for your privacy, please do not visit any website which contains the unhealthy content, and also remember to clean the web browser regularly in the daily life.