Microsoft to fix Edge Private Browsing bug

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  1. This is a great article (thanks for that) and yet another example where Microsoft is demonstrating a blatant disregard for your privacy. There’s no reason to retain this cache, unless they have a devious scheme to use this data against you. There’s a host process that locks these files in the aforementioned folder and you can’t remove them, even if you don’t use this sub-standard, clunky browser. And we have Microsoft to thank for that…

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