Install Midori with factory settings

Asked by Oleg Dozorov on 2013-09-22

Dear developers, how can I install Midori on my computer system as if this would be the first time it is installed?
In other words, how can I get rid of all my former activity traces in Midori (speed dials, preferences, window size, etc.)?

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Midori Web Browser Edit question
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Solved by:
Paweł Forysiuk
Solved:
2013-09-22
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2013-09-22
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2013-09-22
Cody Garver (codygarver) said : #1

rm -rf ~/.config/midori

Oleg Dozorov (fernitoid) said : #2

I an very sorry, but I am a Windows user just now ^_^.
I already know how it is made in Linux...

Best Paweł Forysiuk (tuxator) said : #3

Visit about:paths url in midori. It should show you the places that midori uses on your version of windows.
Then you need to remove the directories by hand, we don't have a "nuke" button currently. Alternalively you can use midori from terminal with with midori.exe -c some_path to use "new profile" for testing something.

Oleg Dozorov (fernitoid) said : #4

Thanks Paweł Forysiuk, that solved my question.