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September 25th, 2012 Leave a comment Go to comments

The modern era of communication prompts practically everyone to surf the internet for some reason or the other. The number of people who use emails for communicating with his/her friends, family members, or even business purposes is also increasing day-by-day. Same is the case with people using online messaging services. All this information and data that is passed from one person to the other is not meant to be seen by a third person. And in a bid to destroy this evidence, everyone tends to delete and clear the history.

However, majority of the people are not aware of the fact that just clearing the internet history or chat history is not sufficient to get rid of any of this intimidating data. The computer automatically stores all data, images, pictures, and websites, basically everything that you do in certain hidden files in the computer. These files or information cannot be permanently removed by just deleting the files or clearing internet cache. What is not seen or known to you still exists in the computer, and this information can be accessed to by hackers and people well versed with the computer. These files can also be recovered using certain data recovery programs.

Hence, to permanently eliminate all this unnecessary data from your computer, you need to install any of the popular internet eraser software available today. The internet eraser software allows you to delete your browser history, browser cache, cookies, and Windows temporary files. You can remove all unwanted files from your computer in just a few minutes. The internet eraser software assures the privacy and protection you were looking for. The software is easy to use and comes with several advanced options. Internet eraser software permits to automatically or manually remove files from you computer. If you set the manual option, you can select which all files you need to remove and which files you wish to keep in the system.

One can now easily download the internet eraser software from the internet. However, before selecting any particular internet eraser software, it is always a good option to compare the features of several internet eraser software programs and then select the one which offers the highest protection at affordable rates.

Sam Roberts

  1. hatcheteerio
    September 25th, 2012 at 01:42 | #1

    How do I find the hidden internet history files not cleared by simply using the delete history in tools menu?
    I would like to view all history of websites visited on my computer. How do I? Do you know how to completely clear the history?

  2. Cjac
    September 25th, 2012 at 06:44 | #2

    File Recover to view them (its not free if you actually want to restore the files)
    and File Shredder to remove them (it is free)
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  3. Keenan C
    September 25th, 2012 at 06:46 | #3

    On the top bar of your internet explorer is a sub heading called tools. After clicking on tools click internet options. If you have the latest version of internet explorer you will see an option that says browsing history under the "general" sub heading. Click the delete option and a little box will appear with options to delete cookies, temp internet files, etc… click delete all and everything will be erased.
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  4. Chickster
    September 25th, 2012 at 06:48 | #4

    I have Show All Hidden Files and Folders option enabled in Windows Explorer, and view, plus delete them from there. Windows Explorer: Start>All Programs>Accessories>Windows Explorer. Show all hidden files and folders option: Go to the top headers in Windows Explorer>click on Tools>Folder options>View tab>and scroll down, then ‘check’ the box next to "Show all hidden files and folders". Now when you open the ‘tree’, + sign next to My Computer>+ next to Local Disk (C:), + next to Documents and Settings>+ next to Owner,(or your name), double-click on History, you’ll see what you desire. Left-click on the first one, then hold the Shift key down, and use the Down arrow key to ‘highlight’ all the names. Let go of the arrow key FIRST, then the shift key. Now right-click out in the middle of the column you made, and choose Delete. Bye-bye! Sometimes you get pesky ones left behind,(cookies, etc.) I go to Control Panel>Performance and Maintenance,(this is in Category view),> Free Up Hard Disk Space. Between the two, they always go bye-bye.
    If you check in Windows Explorer this way,(Show hidden option thing), you’ll see that the Internet Options delete thing,(technical term, lol!), does not delete them all. Yahoo puts a cookie on that lasts 30 years, Google 35 years,(check the dates next to the cookie!) Not with me, bubbie!
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  5. LateCut
    September 25th, 2012 at 06:50 | #5

    There are different kind of history stored when you visit websites.

    1. History files: These are just URL’s that you have navigated through. To clear these, either go to Tools –> Internet Options and click "Clear History", or go to "History" on your toolbar and you can selectively delete history for certain sites.

    2. Cookies : These are files which are saved by certain websites on your computer. These can reveal what sites you visited.

    3. Images and other files , downloaded as part of displayed web page.

    To delete 2, 3 go to Tools –> Internet Options –> Settings –> View Objects. This will list all cookies and other files , along with Internet Address they were downloaded from. You can choose to delete all or specific files.
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