Hi, I use gmail with safari browser, and I am not very happy of using the same browser for other purposes *. So my question is: is it possible to create a separate environment (or a new user, or any other way) on my 10.9.5 osx, so that I can run an instance of safari://gmail and an instance of safari://every_other_web_address ? And, of course, those 2 don't share any cookie or cache or anything. Thank you in advance Alex [Edit] I just did some progress by creating another "user2", then sudoing to user2 and launching safari from terminal, however I am not sure this is the best approach: in fact, in the new safari instance I can't, for example, drag and drop attachments to my gmail "new message" window (of course). Is there a better approach for my privacy problem? * For example, this morning I was googling for the address of one shop, and I realised that google maps knows where I live, because it suggested the route from "home" before I put my home address in the box. I am not sure it is because of the wifi, because then I did the same search with firefox (I clear the cache and cookies of firefox every time it shuts down) and with firefox it seemed that google maps could not recognise my "home" location.