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This is probably another dumb question put in the wrong forum but here goes: My son-in-law uses my pc to, apparently, search for jobs. I have reason to believe he may be visiting "other" sites. the problem is he alwaus dumps his history so I can't check that. I also have CC Cleaner and Cyber Scrub installed and he may be using that as well. Is there anyway I can find out for sure where he is actually going when he's been on-line? Maybe it's time for a pass-word. Thanks again !
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Moved to internet forum.

Guides and Tutorials is for do-it-yourself help posted by experts.

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Hi welcome to Geeks To Go!!!!!
please give me your browser and browser version, i can write a page that will dislplay your browser history, u can then have your son print ou the page with the history on it, and i can stop it from being copied, trust me. of course there are ways around this method, so a password if you truly want to stop your son, otherwise simply post your browser and version here i will write up a simple page for you.

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Hi.

I'm new here, but trust me I know this stuff...got in trouble for it about 3 yrs ago.
In IE, use the tools>internet options>content>content advisor (enable)
It creates a password. Best fix for this problem. Try system restore also.

BTW Mike its PT
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Patrick my brother from another mother!!!!! :tazz:

yeh i pats suggestion is good, dont think system restore will bring back temps though....

mike
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