Erase Msn Toolbar Files

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Erase Msn Browser History

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how do i erase history from my msn browser?

Click Tools – Internet Options – then the General Tab and you will see where to delete the history…………

Erase Aol Browser Bar Files

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Erase Windows Browser Bar History

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Regain Your Privacy With Webroot Window Washer

Are you concerned about what is left on your computer after you’ve been on the internet?

I know I am.

Even if, like me, you are not doing anything questionable online you will probably want to guard your privacy.

Fortunately, you can do something about that with Webroot’s Window Washer.

Window Washer wipes away all traces of what you have been using your PC for, including not only your browsing history, but also any files you may have deleted that could still be lurking somewhere on your hard drive.

In fact, Window Washer can do the following for you -

  • clear your Internet history, address bar and cache
  • delete selected cookies that have been saved by your browser
  • overwrite deleted files on your hard drive
  • help you avoid deleting important files
  • schedule washes in advance
  • clear up unused disk space to ensure faster, smoother PC operation
  • securely erase a whole hard drive

    If you value your privacy then you should know that all sorts of information is collected whenever you surf the internet –

    • a history of all the sites you have visited within a certain timeframe
    • the web addresses that you have typed into the search bar
    • session cookies that can contain more information than you may realise
    • a log of any chats you may have had on your instant messaging client

      Luckily, Window Washer is able to safely remove all of the above so that no trace of your online activity will remain.

      A handy side effect of this washing is that it will clear unneeded information from your system which could potentially make your PC quicker.

      Of course you could go too far when purging files on your computer and end up deleting something that is critical to the correct running of your PC.

      Window Washer provides a level of protection to ensure that you can remove information that could compromise your privacy whilst leaving your important system files intact.

      When it comes to cookies you may find that some are actually useful – they can store passwords and other login information for sites that you visit frequently.

      If you use Window Washer to remove cookies you can do so selectively, keeping the ones you know that are of use to you.

      Window Washer is also good when it comes to deleting information from your hard drive.

      If you delete files through your operating system they will remain on your hard drive until they are overwritten with new data at a later point in time.

      Window Washer will actually overwrite the files you delete with random information, thus ensuring that they are immediately rendered unreadable should someone gain access to your hard drive.

      Once installed, Window Washer can be configured to run in the background, washing at times you define, such as when you first turn your PC on, or when you switch it off.

      Most computer users should be able to run Webroot’s Window Washer as the minimum system requirements are quite low –

      • Windows 98 SE/2000/Me/XP
      • 266 MHz CPU
      • 5 MB hard drive space
      • 64 MB RAM

      Window Washer is just one of many security products available from Webroot.

      Visit my internet security site to learn more about Webroot Antivirus and Internet Security.

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      January 7, 2009 by admin · Leave a Comment 

      Learn How You Can Monitor Your Kids On The Internet

      Setting up surveillance cameras is too much, not to mention ineffective, if you want to monitor your kids’ activity on the internet. What you need are the right tools and processes to ensure that your kids’ internet experience is enjoyable and most of all, safe.

      There is no better way to monitor your kids than by sitting with them while they use the internet. This way, you are assured that you know the sites they visit and the things they do online.

      It is also important to keep the internet-connected computer to open area of your house so that you can easily see what they are doing online. Having said that, an internet-connected computer inside their room should be avoided since you can’t monitor them if they go online in the middle of the night.

      But you can’t sit with them or guard their every move online so there are ways to prevent your kids from accessing websites that aren’t right for their age.

      For younger kids particularly those at the age of 2 to 10 years old, it is highly recommended to download or purchase online web browsers for kids. Specially-made browsers for kids have pre-approved websites that kids can access. These browsers also filter websites which may contain inappropriate information for your kids. Other cool features of kids’ browser are fun, colorful, and easy to use interface, safe, educational, and kids-friendly environment.

      For pre-teens and teenagers who won’t enjoy the kids-browser, one way to monitor their activity by reviewing the website history. If they aren’t clever enough, they won’t know how to erase it. If you find websites that are inappropriate for them, block them by adding them to Windows’ “Hosts” file so that the next time they try to access these pages, they will be blocked. Or, to protect the entry of the unwanted sites from your computer beforehand, setup an internet filtering software such as Cyber Snoop, ChildLock, AOL Parental Controls, BSafe Online, FilterPark, McAfee Internet Security Suite, Net Mop, and more.

      It is also encouraged that you, as parents, should teach your children the right way of using the internet. Direct them to good websites about sexuality and health, and not pornography.

      Setting up hardware like router with internet filtering capability is another way to prevent your kids from accessing inappropriate websites.

      Remember that hardware and software should act only as aids and not replacements to your physical guidance.

      Erase Msn Url Files

      January 5, 2009 by admin · Leave a Comment 

      How do I erase URL.s and temporary files from MSN home page?

      You go to Tools (on your topmost) toolbar. Select Internet Options. Delete browsing history.

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