Whenever you search the net, and view files on your computer your operating method is taking note of these operations, and stores them for later. This can be a useful tool for re-tracing your footsteps; but what happens when you don’t require other people to be able to finding out where you’ve been. You should clean up your computer.
This may appear a bit technical but it’s simple and useful:
Removing Traces from Windows
- Click "My Computer" on your desktop (Or open up "Windows Explorer"
- Navigate by click two times to: "C Drive" - > "Documents and Settings"
- Next you need to go to click two times on whatever username you are logged in as.
- Sometimes by default folders will be hidden in here. Let's:
- Go to "Tools" - > "Folder Options..." in the menu bar
- Select the "View" tab
- In the scrollbox select the radio button by "Show hidden files and folders"
- Press "Apply" and then "Ok"
- Click two times on "My Recent Documents" and delete everything inside of this folder.
- Next return a folder and click two times on "Local Settings"
- In this folder will be all of the cache and history files that they ought to have delete in the Web Explorer instructions above. Let's double check.
- Delete everything from inside of the "History", "Temp" and "Temporary Web Files".