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How can I clean out my internet history?

Discussion in 'Anything goes' started by SnoopyBoy, Aug 2, 2007.

  1. SnoopyBoy

    SnoopyBoy Member

    Without getting into details, how can I be sure I've cleaned out the history of web sites I've visited on my computer (it's not what you think)?
  2. Chi City 81

    Chi City 81 Guest

    Yeah. You shouldn't surf for porn at work. Good luck.
  3. slappy4428

    slappy4428 Active Member

    yeah, but there's a deeper file somewhere too -- a txt file that is far deeper than that
  4. mike311gd

    mike311gd Active Member

    Make sure you delete the cookies, too.
  5. Central-KY-Kid

    Central-KY-Kid Well-Known Member

    Iexplore: http://www.boutell.com/trackless/


    1. Uninstall any third-party "toolbars" and "extensions" like the Yahoo search bar. These all keep their own histories and this advice can't possibly cover how to clear all of them.

    2. When you are ready to clear your history, go away from the site you want to be certain is forgotten.

    3. Select the "Tools" menu, then "Options," then "Privacy." Click "Clear All" to remove evidence of your browsing.
  6. Mayfly

    Mayfly Active Member

    Toss your computer out the window.
  7. Wonderlic

    Wonderlic Member

    And I'm sure it's got nothing to do with this:


  8. HeinekenMan

    HeinekenMan Active Member

    Don't get my hopes up like that. Your damned link didn't work for me!
  9. I'll never tell

    I'll never tell Active Member

    Yeah, I was all ready to forward that link to like my entire address book.
  10. D.Sanchez

    D.Sanchez Member

  11. jgmacg

    jgmacg Guest

    It's easy enough to get it off your computer. Getting it back from the NSA, the FBI, the CIA, etc., is a much thornier problem.
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