Safe Browsing is basically surfing the web worry free from getting viruses or malware at the same time leaving no evidence of what sites your on or what sites you have been too.
There are a number of reasons for wanting this and I’m sure i don’t need to explain what they are.
The first thing your going to need is a good secure browser and the most secure browser on the net is definitely Mozilla FireFox. There might be faster browsers but to my knowledge as a PC tech FireFox is the safest. Firefox also has several plugins for private browsing and is highly configurable in that aspect as well.
Here is the download link for FireFox
The second thing your going to need is a cool piece of free software called SandBoxie.
Sandboxie runs your programs in an isolated space which prevents them from making permanent changes to other programs and data in your computer. You can open us your internet browser in SandBoxie and download a thousend viruses and malware on your computer and as soon as you shut of SandBoxie all goes away absolutely no changes to your computer, its a marvelous program and its totally free.
Here is the download link for SandBoxie
The third and last thing you need is to brows the web with anonymity using the Tor network.
Tor is free software and an open network that helps you defend against a form of network surveillance that threatens personal freedom and privacy, confidential business activities and relationships, and state security known as traffic analysis.
Tor protects you by bouncing your communications around a distributed network of relays run by volunteers all around the world: it prevents somebody watching your Internet connection from learning what sites you visit, and it prevents the sites you visit from learning your physical location. Tor works with many of your existing applications, including web browsers, instant messaging clients, remote login, and other applications based on the TCP protocol.
Hundreds of thousands of people around the world use Tor for a wide variety of reasons: journalists and bloggers, human rights workers, law enforcement officers, soldiers, corporations, citizens of repressive regimes, and just ordinary citizens. See the Who Uses Tor? page for examples of typical Tor users. See the overview page for a more detailed explanation of what Tor does, and why this diversity of users is important.
Tor doesn’t magically encrypt all of your Internet activities, though. You should understand what Tor does and does not do for you.
Tor’s security improves as its user base grows and as more people volunteer to run relays. (It isn’t nearly as hard to set up as you might think, and can significantly enhance your own security.) If running a relay isn’t for you, we need help with many other aspects of the project, and we need funds to continue making the Tor network faster and easier to use while maintaining good security.
Here is the download link for TOR
If you use these 3 pieces of software then you will truly be safely browsing the web