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How come I cannot get on the Internet when I restart my computer? 

by on November 7, 2010

Q: Whenever my Toshiba shuts down and I log back on I cannot access the Internet unless I restore history. How do I fix this?

 
 

How come deleting my history doesn’t actually remove my viewed history? 

by on November 6, 2010

Q: I get a list of viewed pages when I scroll down on my email page. I’ve deleted history and cookies but still appears. Can you help? How do I delete it?

 
 

Deleting History in Browsers 

by on August 27, 2007

Q: I entered some secret/personal information into a friend’s web browser and it saved the data in the form. How do I go about removing this information from the form before they find it?

A: The best way to get rid of any traces of this code (namely from web forms) would be to follow the instructions in our tutorial Delete browser history. If you follow the instructions you should be able to delete any traces of the code, which might be in the browser history, forms, and drop downs with saved information from web forms.

 
 

Delete Browser History 

by on May 7, 2007

Q: In Internet Explorer how can I change or remove the way the web addresses show up in the drop-down list or the drop down list in google?

A: In Internet Explorer 7, the URLs you have typed into the address bar are automatically stored in the browser’s history. When you click on the drop-down arrow to the right of the address bar, you will see a list of the addresses you have typed manually into the address bar, and those you have pasted into the address bar and loaded for viewing. There is no way to control how they are displayed, because they are simply a history of pages you have loaded, however you can control how long Internet Explorer keeps a history of these addresses. Read the rest of this entry »