Erase Msn Chat History History

March 9, 2010 by admin · Leave a Comment 

can somebody tell me how can I erase chatting history on aim an/or msn on your PC?

I also need help with the following:
1) how to detect whether if I have viruses or not
2) If I do have viruses, how can I erase or get rid of the viruses.
3) how can I update my Norton Anti-virus to the newest version.

Much Appreciated.

Norton isn’t the best choice for antivirus. Many tests have shown that it misses a significant number of detections. Still, Norton is better than nothing. You have to purchase the newest version of Norton, or an upgrade from an older version.

There are some good free antivirus options, like AVG, Avast, and Avira. There are also better paid options, like ESET and Kaspersky.

As for your chat history, there should be options within each to delete history. You can also use a free program called CCleaner, which can clean histories and other temporary files from your system.

Erase Msn Internet History

April 12, 2009 by admin · Leave a Comment 

Cannot erase Google search history. Have tried all previous suggestions with no luck!?

I have MSN and through reading other posts tried deleting all my history and changing my preferences in Internet Explorer but it did not cross over into my MSN account. It worked for Internet Explorer but we use the MSN and it still will not delete the history of our Google searches. We do not have the search bar, it’s just on the website. Any other ideas would be appreciated! Thank you!
Please read my full post. I’m getting the same answers that were on the other posts and I’ve tried them. Please give information that might help even though those other things have not worked. Thank you!

If those other suggestions aren’t working, then you might not be describing your problem correctly, or at least not describing it enough.

For example, there are at least four places where *something* might be retaining your information.

(1) When you go to the Google home page and type in the search bar in the middle of the page, history shows up.

(2) When you click in a search box that is part of your browser and start typing, history shows up.

(3) When you start typing a URL in the address box on the Navigation Toolbar (i.e., at the top of the browser), your URL history shows up.

(4) When you are asked to fill in form elements on a web page, such as username or comments, history shows up.

Some of these are filled in by the browser itself, some are filled in from the website (such as Google) using javascript.

The techniques you been told about should clear up many of these, although Google does have one additional point with respect to MSN accounts. See the second link below.

If following all these still doesn’t help, then posted another edit with more explicit information about which ‘history’ is still showing up and when.

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