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October 24th, 2012 Leave a comment Go to comments

If you want to use the internet for your business especially online business, it will be a good idea to get some sort of protection. You will be using your internet all the time for payments, transactions, and online banking and you will obviously have passwords for all of these. This is where internet eraser software is much needed. Basically, internet eraser software helps to delete all the information that is stored in hidden files on your computer which is very easy for hackers to get hold of.

Using internet eraser software will make sure that no one can get into your system to steal your passwords, user names, account details, and credit card numbers. Some Internet eraser software has advanced features that erase your internet browser history, your address bar history, your internet browser cache, your cookies and junk files and your internet search history. Make sure to get a software tool that allows you to delete your cookies one by one, so that you can choose which ones are important and necessary to keep.

The internet eraser software ensures that every part of your computer is safe from unwanted visitors. It is possible for people to secretly place unwanted items like banners and pictures on to your computer when you have been downloading something like music or video or any other program from some websites. To delete such unwanted files from your computer, some internet eraser software’s also includes a Media Player history eraser, a real Player history eraser, and porn tracks eraser and it deletes the unwanted files permanently.

Most of the internet eraser software’s also has Google search history, Yahoo search history, and MSN search history eraser, and supports almost all major web browsers such as Internet Explorer, Opera, Netscape, and Firefox. If you do most of your work and financial transactions online, it is a good idea to take all precautions and purchase internet eraser software. Your computer can also be safer from viruses that are frequently downloaded from unsafe sites you might have visited. Now you can delete all of this information permanently from your PC.

Internet eraser software will ensure that your office or home office is safe from hackers, viruses and other invasions. This is also great for offices, as you can not be sure what your employees get up to all the time. They could download something potentially dangerous and even though they have deleted the original files, the hidden files downloaded in the computer can infect your PC. We all need to face facts, that today’s world is not safe and there are vicious people out there just waiting to take advantage of someone else’s lifestyle, so get your internet eraser software now to protect your family and your future.

Sam Roberts

  1. Anonymous
    October 24th, 2012 at 11:15 | #1

    How do I clear my IE8 address bar history?
    1) I deleted browsing history: Tools/Internet Options/Delete Button/Delete Button (All boxes checked). I’ve then exited IE8 and restarted my computer. Address bar history still there.

    2) I reset the original settings: Tools/Internet Options/Advanced Tab/Reset Button (‘Delete Personal Settings’ checked). I’ve then exited IE8 and restarted my computer. Restarted IE8 and the address bar history is still there.

    3) I ran the windows Disk Cleanup application on C:, then opened IE8. Address bar history is still there.

    4) Clicked red X next to entries in the address bar history. Deletes them until I next pull up my address bar history, when I find that it’s still there.

    5) Ran regedit, and at HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Internet Explorer\Typed URLs\ only one entry comes up:
    (Default) [REG_SZ]: Value not set

    This did not look like what I was told that I would see there, so I assumed that I shouldn’t delete it, and instead, left it there.

    6) Have also tried clearing/deleting my documents in the Start menu. Obviously.

    There’s a challenge for ya. I want it deleted as opposed to simply hidden by turning off auto-complete. Is there any way to fix this that doesn’t involve dumping IE?
    7) Forgot to say that I’ve already used CCleaner to wipe everything, and I had no result.

  2. vinny
    October 24th, 2012 at 16:17 | #2

    Unfortunately, not that im aware of. I use Fire Fox, it is a lot better for just about everything, and it is "lighter" than i8, and you can make it more personal. You can delete your address bar history in Fire Fox simply by selecting it and hitting delete.
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    I’m a computer geek

  3. joelj1964
    October 24th, 2012 at 16:19 | #3

    hmmmmmm… Never heard of this type of problem b4. Try downloading ccleaner from http://www.ccleaner.com. It’s completely free. I use it on all my computers. It will also clean your registry. However, if your not an advanced user it’s best to clean your registry with http://onecare.live.com/site/en-us/center/cleanup.htm If you delete something in the registry that you need you will have really screwed up.
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  4. Brad
    October 24th, 2012 at 16:21 | #4

    Sorry you can never delete any information in your address history bar for IE8. I’ve called Microsoft several times and they finally told me you can’t erase it you can just hide it. This way anybody can go on your computer and check up on what you’ve been looking at.

    The system has something inbedded in it to prevent cleaners from touching it like CCleaner…
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  5. AverageJoe
    October 24th, 2012 at 16:23 | #5

    Its possible to clean out the adress bar history…

    First, go to Tools, Internet Options, Content, Auto Complete Settings..
    Next, Uncheck the box for Adress Bar and below you can also see the "Delete Autocomplete History" button…
    Then, Press that to delete your browsing history…
    Finally, with the Adress Bar unchecked for Auto Complete this problem won’t happen again…

    Internet explorer 8 also features and "inprivate" browsing feature that lets you surf without having history store the sites you visited…

    Hope this helps!!
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