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  • douglas77

    You can essentially stay in ‘private browsing’ mode by enabling the ‘do not track history’ setting

    This is totally wrong! While Private Browsing ensures that no "history" is saved in your profile (visited sites, cookies, form data,...), DNT just sets a header, telling sites "Please do not track me".

    I'd suggest to always set DNT, but additionally use Private Browsing when appropriate.

    You can also create a dedicated profile (firefox -P, or start the "Firefox Profile Manager") for... "special" purposes.