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terriom

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Hi, I am wondering when I click on internet options > settings > view files I am just getting cookies and no details. I usually see a detailed list when i click on the 'view files' but today I didn't see a detailed list, only a bunch of cookies ( notepad type text files file with a bunch of numbers letters and characters ). Someone else was on my computer today and I went in the internet options box to see whats been going on and thats all I saw. So why didn't I get the detailed list and only the cookies?
How can I change this to not let this happen again? Anyone know?

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Btw, great site here
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I suspect that they emptied the temp files when they got done using your computer.
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Hi and thanks for reply. Just as I suspected. I downloaded a freeware recovery tool but it only shows my most recent activity and not the day before ( the day in question) and it didnt let me scan again.

Is there another good software out there you recommend ? I read somewhere that you can get ALL (history, email and even passwords) and not just the most recent. Either freeware or commercial. Just looking for something reliable and not expensive and can be used over and over not just one time. Do you know of any sources ?

Thanks again
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