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Lavasoft Adaware removing IE History [RESOLVED]


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hsonline

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Is it possible to configure Lavasoft's Adaware program to NOT remove the history in Internet Explorer?

I know Favorites is an option, but I would like to keep my history intact until I decide to get rid of it.

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Welcome to GTG.

Do you mean cookies?

I don't have Ad-aware installed on this work computer, but I think after Ad-aware finishes scanning your computer, it allows you to select what to delete. Just don't select those history files.
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Thanks greyknight17!

I should have known better. You were absolutely right, after Adaware finishes it's scan, it allows you to view what it is about to quarantine. I opened up the "Negligible Items" and scrolled down until I found the "Internet Explorer Addresses". I selected that one entry, and told Adaware to ignore it from now own.

I then selected everything else, and deleted it all, and when I opened up IE again, my history was still there.

Thanks.

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Since this issue appears to be resolved ... this Topic has been closed. Glad we could help. :tazz:

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