Deleting the history from within the browser might not do it. I have noticed that even though I have IE and FireFox set to clear the cache and history on exit there is always "stuff" left behind. For example, after manually clearing the Firefox Cache and exiting, CCleaner reports that I still have 500 KB of cache and 64 KB of download history. Similarly, I still have 8232 KB of cache and 320 KB of history in Internet Explorer.
In any case, even if you are able to delete 100% of the file, keep in mind that while the OS might mark those files as deleted, they still exist on the hard drive until they are overwritten by new data.
So depending on what you are trying to achieve, you need to implement the appropriate solution.
1 week op never returned ,but 7 replies, all or most saying the same thing,so ill add a different one for IE users ,go to tools /internet options /advanced /scroll down to Security and you will see! empty temp internet folder when browser is closed ,check it off
and if you are using firefor or google browser a google search will show you how to defet temp folders as well
Its really easy to delete all internet sites document stored on your browser. Each browser has option to delete history,coockies, internet cache. You should try to clear them all. Then you will see the magic of no document stored.
After Deleting the Cookies and History from the Browsers; Delete the following folder contents:
Internet Explorer: C:\Users\rajnesh\AppData\Local\Microsoft\Windows\Temporary Internet Files\Content.IE5
Add this to the registry to delete the recent documents from all applications: