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This is going to sound silly but i am really struggling to delete my internet history and search history. As others use my pc i do not want people to know what i have been searching for but it automatically comes on the drop down menu when the type a letter that i did to search (if that makes any sense?) Basically i need to set on my computer so no one can see anything i have searched for or sites i have visited, can anyone help me please???

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Last Post by vegaseat
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This doesn't sound like a programming or software design issue. You didn't even bother to mention what browser you use. They're all different you know. Since you're somewhat clueless, I'll assume Internet Explorer. Go to Tools, then Internet Options, then Clear History.

>Basically i need to set on my computer so no one can see anything i have
>searched for or sites i have visited
You could stop searching for porn at work.

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Hello,

Well, she could be searching for another job while at work. Then again, technology cannot solve social problems.

Agree that this is not a programming issue. If she comes back and tells us what OS she is running, I can route it to the proper forum.

Christian

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This doesn't sound like a programming or software design issue. You didn't even bother to mention what browser you use. They're all different you know. Since you're somewhat clueless, I'll assume Internet Explorer. Go to Tools, then Internet Options, then Clear History.

>Basically i need to set on my computer so no one can see anything i have
>searched for or sites i have visited
You could stop searching for porn at work.

Hi ,she double posted and in other post said thank you for you help and mentioned that the other person was rather RUDE ,now i see why !!

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Most browsers leave a heck of a trail all over your drive, there is no escape! So use your best judgement what you are browsing for ...

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