Don't like the idea of Google tracking your searches? With the ultrasimple G-Zapper, Internet Explorer and Mozilla users can block Google's cookies, delete previously stored cookies, and restore them with a mouse click. It also can quickly launch your browser to test your settings on Google.
G-Zapper won't block cookies from other sites, and you'll need Google cookies to use certain features, such as Gmail or your personalized home page. Also, G-Zapper won't keep Google from recording your IP address along with every search. So don't expect it to make your searches totally anonymous. Instead, think of it as an extra layer of protection for your identity.
G-Zapper helps you stay anonymous while searching Google by blocking and deleting the Google search cookie. Did you know that Google stores a unique identifier in a cookie on your PC, which allows them to track the keywords you search for? G-Zapper helps you protect your identity and search history by allowing you to view your Google ID, see how long your searches have been tracked, erase your searches, and block the Google search cookie.
In addition to blocking and deleting the Google search cookie, G-Zapper will also block Google Analytics from tracking the Web sites you visit. What you search for should be yours and yours alone. By clearing the Google search cookie regularly or blocking it altogether, you will help protect your search history and privacy.