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Wish your browser just knew which Web sites you wanted to keep out of your browsing history? On today's Tekzilla Daily, Veronica shows you how Ghost Incognito can do just that.
Want to browse the Net in secrecy? On today's Tekzilla Daily, Veronica shows off a new feature in Firefox 3.5 that adds another layer of privacy to your browser.
Want to get the most out of Google+ in your Chrome browse? On today's Tekzilla Daily, Veronica investigates the two extensions that Google released that make it easy to share stories across the Web, and get your notifications no matter what site you're looking at.
Google recently added a "Do Not Track" option in Chrome that will potentially keep your browsing activity a little more private. The browser will now send a "do not track" request to Web sites while browsing, which should prevent targeted advertising on your machine.
Firefox saves your sessions as you browse, making it easy to recover when it crashes. On today's Tekzilla Daily, Veronica shows you how to adjust the interval that Firefox autosaves.
Is Firefox not responding as quickly as it should, especially with your pricey broadband service? Sounds like you need to watch today's Tekzilla Daily and steer your Web browsing into the fast lane!
Who has time to wait for Windows to search your network when all you want to do is browse My Documents? Veronica Belmont has the answer on today's Tekzilla Daily!
Want to keep your browsing habits to yourself? ShareMeNot prevents social networks from logging that info, and Veronica tests it out on today's Tekzilla Daily.
Want to chat with Facebook friends, but don't want to keep that browser window open? On today's Tekzilla Daily, Veronica checks out FTalk, which brings the chat to your desktop.
If the default Windows XP screensavers aren't doing it for ya, then why not make your very own custom screensaver with your own photos? Watch today's Tekzilla Daily and learn how!