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To permanently delete your browsing history in windows 7 so it is impossible to recover what are your options?
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Well if you know your browser, you can find it's locations for that data. Then use an item like Eraser, CCleaner, FileShredder, FileAssassin and just have them delete the browser history folder with a few passes. Then move some other files into that folder, then repeat.

You can also run Temp File Cleaner (TFC) to get a good clean up of the system, though they will be recoverable I recommend doing it after you do the above.

PS: You've been asking all day about deleting data and this and that. If you are doing illegal activities or don't want your data found so badly, consider using Incognito utilties and methods, then having a TrueCrypt drive or jump drive with your data on it. As it's harder to get rid of things than you think. Oh and if it's illegal, you should just stop while you're ahead haha.
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