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happydaize

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I can see a list of websites on my amazon fire tablet under the silk browser site settings stored data showing data usage for websites. are pop ups saved under here or would these site actually have been visited and used. obviously the search history has been deleted so I cant tell. does the actual data usage amount give any indication on how the site was used? ie low number is just a pop up or accidentally clicked on a link? our family watches films from streaming sites which always have pop ups. how can I tell if these sites have been intentionally used / searched for or just a pop up or a link from a pop up. is there a way to view the actual data? thank you
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Hello.

 

how can I tell if these sites have been intentionally used / searched for or just a pop up or a link from a pop up. is there a way to view the actual data? thank you

 

I have researched this and can't find a way to determine if any site was intentionally used. Let you know if I find anything else.


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