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What is Internet History Eraser?

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Storing internet history on your computer without deleting it for a long time can prove to be fatal, internet history can be dangerous if anyone other than you get access to it, and the easiest way of making sure that it does not happen is to delete the history. Many people who use the internet forget that all the usage patterns and the websites you visited get logged and saved as internet history files, it even stores the information about the images and videos that you might have seen on the internet. This log of private data is not desirable to be in someone else’s hand.

Internet history eraser is a software that erases the internet history from your computer completely, although there are many ways to delete the internet history manually, it has been proved that most of those method are inadequate and do not erase the data and information completely, this can be very dangerous as the data can be retrieved and the person can still lose his/her privacy and right to secrecy. Internet history eraser erases all the files from the computer completely; it makes sure that the data is completely erased leaving no traces behind.

Internet history eraser software is one of kind software that uses modern technology to its utmost use. Internet history eraser is compatible with many of the browsers that are available in the market today. It searches for the history documents and completely deletes them all. Most of the browsers store that internet history files in hidden files and folders, this software searches for the files and folders and deletes them all. It even searches for those files that are not marked as history files but contain internet history information.

Different browsers have different ways to store the hidden files, with the invention of embedding the search tab inside the browser window itself, it has become prudent that the search terms and associated data is stored somewhere in the local computer, these files are stored separately from the other history files. These data can be crucial as it can reveal a lot of information if it falls into the wrong hands. The internet history remover software finds such index files that store the search terms and delete it completely.

Many users fail to recognize the importance of deleting the internet history data. Most importantly, many people fail to recognize that data once deleted is not completely deleted and it leaves certain traces that can be used to get back the data. This is the main reason why so many people are convicted every year for the data found on their computer that pertains to illegal websites and services, sometimes you might have opened a website just by accident or it could have been a pop up, but the history would still show that you had visited the site. This kind of inaccuracies does not only bring in wasteful data and clog your system but also gets you into trouble.

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Your Internet Browser History – How to Delete It

As you browse around online, your PC automatically records wherever you search. It tracks your browsing history and makes this information available in a link on your browser’s interface. You’ll see it by the “favorites” menu. In order to prevent others from being aware of your searches, make efforts to keep your online searches hidden. This is how you can get rid of the history of your browser on your computer.

Step 1: Click the “Start” button. Find the button labeled “start” in the bottom corner of the screen and click it. (You may need to make your toolbar reappear on your desktop so that you can access the ‘Start’ button.)

Step 2: Locate the “Settings” menu. You will see a large menu after you click on the “start” button. The right side of the menu will have links to the settings menu. Select this option. (You do not need to follow this step if you are using Windows Vista.)

Step 3: Select ‘Control Panel.’ After you access the “Settings” menu, you will see another menu appear on your screen. Choose the ‘control panel’ option on this list.

Step 4: Navigate to the choice labeled ‘Internet Options’. Access the control panel, then select the ‘Internet options’ choice. Depending on your settings, it may require a double-click. Click either once or twice and a new screen will pop up.

Step 5: Choose the tab marked ‘General’. After you reach the online menu of options, this is the place where you erase your browser’s history. Search out the general tab and be certain that this is where you are looking. (To bring the “General” tab to the top, simply click on that word.)

Step 6: Locate the box labeled “History”. The settings from which you can edit or erase your browser’s history cache can be found under the general tab. From inside the history dialog box, find the button labeled “clear history” and click it. If you have properly chosen the ‘Clear History’ box, a checkmark or small ‘x’ will appear. Click on the delete button if you are using Windows Vista as an operating system. If you clear the history on your internet browser, you will lose much information like recent search topics, history lists, and other forms completed and saved on the computer. For example, if you do online banking or regularly sign into a site where your client name or number automatically appears every time you go to that site, this information will be deleted. So make sure that you write down any usernames or passwords that you might forget before you delete your browser’s history, as you will be required to re-enter any information that was previously saved on a website.

Step 7: Click on the OK button. Once you’re set to erase the past record of your browser, you just need to click the ‘ok’ button on the lower portion of the general tab. This will clear your browser’s history, so that people who use the computer after you won’t be able to follow in your Internet footsteps. You should make this standard practice when using computers other than your own.

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How to Enhance your Web Site With Header Graphics

So you’re making your own web site. You’ve been working on it for a while, you have some good content, but something is still missing… cool graphics! Let’s face it: a web site without nice graphics is like a TV show without color. It’s boring and drab and won’t look very visually appealing. You want your site to catch people’s attention and make them say, “Hmm, this looks interesting, I think I’ll check it out”. One of the best ways to do this is to have a good header graphic at the top of the page.

What is a Header Graphic?

A header graphic is an image consisting of three parts: a background, a title, and a sub-heading. For example, let’s say you are building a web site about dogs. Your background might be a scenic view of a city park with a few dogs running around having a good time. Your title might be: “Dog Lovers Paradise”. For a sub-heading, you could either use the URL of your main web site ( or a line of descriptive text saying what your site is about: “all the info you need to be a good dog owner”, “buy discount dog food here”, “how to take care of your dog”, etc. If you are running on online business, you could put your business slogan here.

How do I get Header Graphics?

There are 3 main ways to get header graphics, depending on how much time and money you have available:

1. The expensive way – hire a professional graphic designer to make them for you

2. The cheap way – buy a customizable set of pre-made graphics from the Internet

3. The free way – make them yourself!

Option #1 may be great for big corporations that have a lot of money, but it’s not so practical for small businesses or individuals who make web pages as a hobby. Sure, you might be able to hire a freelance graphic designer who will charge $50 per graphic or something like that, but even that’s a lot of money for most people.

When I design web sites, I prefer option #2. This is a great balance between time and money. It’s easy to find header graphics packages that cost a lot less than hiring a professional. Such packages typically provide a number of different generic backgrounds and styles so you can pick one that fits the topic of your site. Graphics are given to you in a format that makes it easy to edit the individual elements of the image, such as the popular Adobe Photoshop .psd format.

In a .psd file, image elements are organized in layers that can be turned on and off, or changed as you see fit. So you could pick a header graphic that you like, change the title and sub-heading to be whatever you want, and then save the new image as a .jpg file for your web page and you’re done! It’s that easy! You can have a nice, professional looking header for your web site in as little as 2 or 3 minutes! All you have to do is spend a little bit of time and money finding a good graphics package to use.

If you have a little more time and want to make something truly original, then you can go with option #3: do it yourself. Making your own header graphics can take a lot of time, but the rewards are well worth it. If you are good at it, you could even go into business for yourself as a freelance graphic designer or make your own graphics package to sell!

How do I Make My Own Header Graphics?

First, you’ll need some good image editing software. I prefer Adobe Photoshop, but it’s kind of expensive. If you want free software, I suggest using Gimp, which can be downloaded from here:

You need to download and install both the “Gimp” and “GTK+2″ packages to get Gimp working. I also recommend that you download the optional help files and animation packages. If you do a search for Gimp on Google, you’ll be able to find plenty of tutorials on how to use the program. But I like Photoshop, so for the sake of this article I will be talking only about Photoshop.

After you’ve got image editing software, you need to find a good background for your header. I find that the best backgrounds are scenic landscapes: mountain views, beaches, parks, cityscapes, urban vistas, forests, lakes, etc. To avoid copyright issues, you should grab a digital camera, go out and take a picture yourself from someplace near your house. Going back to my earlier example about a “Dog Lovers Paradise” web site, you might visit a city park and take a picture of some dogs running around the park.

Now put the background photo into Photoshop and crop the image (select the part of it that you want to use for your header graphic, and cut away the rest of the picture). I recommend using a rectangular 700×125 pixel chunk. Be sure to include a bit of open space that you can put your title and sub-heading on.

Many effective header graphics include pictures of people, animals, vehicles, or other objects in the right or left side of the graphic (obviously you should use something that is related to the topic of your web site). You can get people pictures by surfing the Internet for clip-art collections, or by taking photos of your friends and family. So let’s say you want your lovable pet dog to appear on the right side of your “Dog Lovers Paradise” header. Follow these steps:

1. Take a picture of your dog and open it with Photoshop.

2. Resize the picture so it’s small enough to fit into your header.

3. Use Photoshop’s lasso tool to outline the dog and copy & paste it into your header as a new layer.

4. Use the move tool to position the dog where you want it.

5. Zoom in and use the eraser tool to get rid of any messy edges around the dog. You want the dog to blend into the background so it’s not obvious that you copied & pasted from another image. For your eraser settings, I recommend using brush mode with a 5-pixel diameter and opacity of 100%. These settings will give you a nice fuzziness around the edges.

The last step is to add your title and sub-heading text. Obviously the title should be larger than the sub-heading. You might also want to use different colors to differentiate the sub-heading from the title. Pick an empty area in the middle of your header for the title text. The sub-heading usually goes at the bottom below the title. I like to use Arial or Impact for the font. Impact makes a good impression for the title and Arial is good for the sub-heading.

Adding special effects to your text is a nice finishing touch. Right click on the name of the text layer and select Blending Options from the menu. You’ll have to experiment with the different styles to see what works best for you, but I recommend using a combination of Drop Shadow and Outer Glow. The Stroke style can also produce nice results.

And that’s it! You’re done! Don’t forget to save the final image as both a .psd file and a .jpg. You want the .psd so you can easily make changes if necessary. Here’s a summary of the steps to make your own header graphic:

1. Start with a background graphic.

2. Copy & paste clip-art (people, animals, etc.) onto the background.

3. Add title and sub-heading text.

4. Add special effects such as a Drop Shadow and/or Outer Glow.

5. Save as a .psd and .jpg file.

It sounds complicated but it’s really not that hard. Once you are familiar with the process, it should only take you 2 or 3 hours to make a professional looking header graphic from scratch!

Wow, this is Great! Now What?

You should put a header graphic on every major page of your site, especially your main home page. If you like making headers, you could consider going into business for yourself as a freelance graphic designer or start selling your headers and open on online store! Even if you’re just making a personal home page as a hobby, you’ll be able to impress all your friends and make them say, “ooohh, look at that!”

Regardless of whether you choose the do-it-yourself approach or decide to be lazy and use customizable pre-made graphics, you can have really nice professional header graphics for your web site with very little time and effort, at very little or no cost. Header graphics will make your site look more attractive and will entice more people to read your content. And that’s never a bad thing!

Have fun building your web site, and you can always contact me if you have any questions or need help with something related to this article. Good luck!


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Firefox has stopped remembering my log-in information after I shut it down. How can I restore this function?

A week ago my XP-running PC froze & crashed with Firefox open. Since I rebooted, every time I restart Firefox, it does not remember my log-in information for Yahoo and other sites where I have profiles.

I now must start reentering my user names & passwords, then Firefox completes the form boxes for me. (So it’s not that the user names or passwords have been erased.) Then Firefox remembers that site as long as it’s left open (even for days). However, if I turn off Firefox, the previous log-ins are disrupted and I have to jump through these hoops again. I have looked at the options switches, and “clear the private data” box is NOT checked.

This problem does not occur at all on Explorer or on Chrome.

Any suggestions on what’s wrong or how to fix this?

My only thought is that you should perhaps do a download of Firefox again, and renew it. You will have to re input the info, but this should fix the problem, which is definitely with Firefox as it is presently installed. Try the other solutions suggested first, and do this as a last resort.

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