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Internet Explorer History Removal


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Is there a way you can remove the history of sites from internet explorer manually? This is because even when I clear the history, and the temporary internet files, some websites are still in the history as if it was never touched. Please help.
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in IE, click the History icon...in the tab that comes up all you need delete is the 'My Computer' folder on the 'Today' entry. do that and all accessed sites will be deleted, as well as all history of files you accessed on your pc. :tazz:
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I tried that, but it still shows the sites. on the address bar.
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That has to do with Auto Complete. To remove the addresses, you have to start Internet Explorer, click on Tools, Internet Options, Content, and click on Auto Complete. Check what you want to remove (in your case it is web addresses) and then click Clear forms.

Edited by computerwiz12890, 05 January 2006 - 01:11 PM.

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