how to disable the history of about:newtab

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how to disable the history of about:newtab

Post by lavabo » 2019-11-17, 09:15

I do not want to expose any history of the browser in the page about:newtab. Currently there are squares directing to various websites visited. how do I disable this ?

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Re: how to disable the history of about:newtab

Post by Moonchild » 2019-11-17, 09:41

The whole point of selecting the QuickDial page is so you have shortcuts to previously-visited pages.
If you don't want that, then either select the default start page (which is not history-related), a blank page, or about:home if you want search on it.
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Re: how to disable the history of about:newtab

Post by lavabo » 2020-01-02, 17:17

Yes I disabled quickdial and the awful thumbnails with his
viewtopic.php?f=3&t=22200&p=168022&hili ... al#p168022

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Re: how to disable the history of about:newtab

Post by Moonchild » 2020-01-02, 17:35

No reason to call it "awful" just because you don't want them.
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