PrivaZer improves Chrome cleanup, extends browser support
Goversoft’s excellent privacy and system cleanup tool PrivaZer has today been updated to version 2.0.0, with a range of additions and improvements making it now more thorough than ever.
Enhanced Chrome cleanup sees the program now wipe the browser’s omnibox history, for instance, along with its stored passwords, download history and journals.
PrivaZer 2.0.0 further adds support for cleaning up a new browser: Comodo IceDragon.
One welcome addition (and not-so-common feature) sees the program able to detect and clean up the portable editions of many browsers: Chrome, Chromium, Comodo Dragon, SRWare Iron, Firefox, Icedragon and Opera.
Cookie handling has been improved in a number of ways, with PrivaZer now better at importing exception lists, cleaning up after Internet Explorer, and managing cookies in general.
Internationalization changes see improved Hungarian and new Swedish language support.
And all this is packaged in an enhanced interface, with the “basic user” version in particular seeing an improved design.
What hasn’t changed is the price, fortunately; PrivaZer 2.0.0 remains free, and it’s available for download now.