Firefox boasts excellent browsing privacy. Browsers like Chrome and IE are quite invasive, and seek to ‘manage’, or at least stealthily observe, as much of your online life as possible. Firefox takes a refreshing approach to web privacy. It actually seeks to protect it. Many of the privacy settings are part of the ‘private browsing’ feature. With ‘private browsing’ enabled, Firefox operates in stealth mode, where no information, such as cookies, passwords, files, browsing history etc., is saved to the user’s computer.