I don’t have a question today, but rather a negative feedback for the new Yosemite update I installed on my MAC. If I had known that I could no longer clear just my history, I wouldn’t ahve updated. Along with the history, it clears out every single one of my website passwords. Thank goodness I keep a notebook of all my passwords, but I’m not going to do this every single day. This might keep me from ordering online now, if I can’t delete my credit card info. I really hope that Apple resolves this problem.
Donna, you aren’t the only one to complain about this change, so even though you say it’s not a question, I am going to offer up some answers. There are tons of complaints about the issue in Mac forums, but no official fix from Apple for the issue. You have two options:
You can also take a few extra steps when clearing your history in Safari. Choose History and then select Show history from the drop-down menu.
Yu’ll see a list of your browser history organized by date. Select All or hit Command A and the delete key. Or you can choose the sites to delete individually. This should take care of clearing the history without bothering the other data.