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How do I track all sites visited on my internet browser?


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Angelmom

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I was curious to know if there was a way to track all sites visited on my internet browser even if they have been deleted from the history? Any help would be appreciated!

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Mile Runner

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Hi there Angelmom! Welcome to Geeks to go!!!

ok, to awser your questoion it is kind of yes and no. If the history was deleted via the browser then possibly. there may still be a trace in the temporary files. I am sure there are programs that can help you with this. i Do Not no any programs off the top of my head, but do not download any programs untill you are sure they dont have spyware. if you whould like post back here and i will check its authenticity. There are ways that you can lock the internet history from being delteted, which is probaly your simplist bet. This is about as detalled as i can get, as i am not permitted to get into certain issues. if i may enquire, why are you asing this question, based on your user name i think i know, but i am still interested as i can direct my support in a certain direction if i know that.

Hope this is helful
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