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How can I clean up a PC of my passwords in Firefox 3.6.13?

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I want to remove all history, temp file and definitely passwords.  How? Thank you.
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Tools->clear recent history and hit the Details button and make sure everything you want to delete is selected, then use the pull down to set the time range to clear.
To get Passwords, you must go to Tools->Options-Security tab and open the Saved Passwords button. From there you can Remove All.
Hope this helps for Version 3.6.13
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