I know this has been discussed before but the answers are so muddled as to be all but useless. I need to remove Private Browsing from my Mac and need help to do so. The why is irrelevant. -I'm running v10.5.7 Leopard -when I follows the usual instructions : 1. Go to applications folder in Finder 2. right click (with a mighty mouse or 2 button mouse, or Control+click for one button mice) on safari and choose "Show Package Contents" 3. Go to Contents, then Resources, then English.lproj folder (or a respective folder for whatever language you have maybe) 4. Double click on MainMenu.nib to open it in interface builder Yes there are further steps but I get stuck at step 4 - this simply doesn't happen - there is no interface builder installed on my Mac and this set of instructions is bandied around so often you'd swear all Macs had it. Please, please can someone provide me with some simple, specific, idiot-proof instructions as to how to achieve step 4, or any other way of removing private browsing?