How to delete all history\\cookies\\passwords in Opera when closing?


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Hello. Need not incognito.

In FF it is described so

Firefox will remember your browsing, download, form and search history, and keep cookies from websites you visit.You may want to clear your recent history or remove individual cookies.Firefox will use the same settings as private browsing, and will not remember any history as you browse the Web.


Maybe something to do with the command line, cleaned all kind of team.
Constantly clean handles routine and not grace.

You can do this when you open the browser, started and fully reset the history and cookies.

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help.opera.com/Windows/12.10/en/exit.html

Here is something that you need, at least partially.

Exit actions You can set certain actions to occur each time you close the browser. Confirm exit dialog You can have Opera display a dialog to confirm that you want to exit, to prevent you from accidentally closing the application. To set this, go to Settings > Preferences > Advanced > Browsing and check "Confirm exit". Clear cache To clear your cache every time you exit the browser, go to Settings > Preferences > Advanced > History and in the Disk cache section, check "Empty on exit". If you would like a sound associated with exiting the browser, go to Settings > Preferences > Advanced > Notifications and select "Opera Exit" in the section for enabling program sounds. To clear new cookies when you exit the browser, go to Settings > Preferences > Advanced > Cookies and check "Delete new cookies when exiting Opera". Cookies created during the session will be deleted, while older cookies will be preserved. Delete stored documents To clear any documents stored during your session, especially if you are using a public computer, select Settings > Preferences > Advanced > History and check "Empty on exit".


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https://multiloginapp.com
Try this. The program creates on your parameters (which you can specify the default) and profiles of browsers (where everything is stored on the browser and what it did was kept), so your profile has an imprint and so on, after profile creation, you can open the browser and everything after each use, you can remove it.

Use this tool to test automation definition of bots is a good thing.
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Delete before you run the file browser profile:
Cookies Cookies-journal History History-journal
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Move in the settings cook the pedal on the "Keep local data until the browser is closed".

Rummage the full list of startup options (Opera chromium it inherits from) you can get that suitable and are:
\rhttps://peter.sh/experiments/chromium-command-line...
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