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The details below assume that you are using Internet Explorer.
Load Internet Explorer, click on tools and then Internet Options.
In the window that comes up about two-thirds of the way down it says Browsing History. Click the Delete button and the list of options will come. Put a tick in the boxes opposite the options you want to use and click OK. Those options will be applied. There is also an option box for "Delete Browsing History on exit". If you click on this box then every time you leave Internet Explorer your browsing history will be deleted. I give below a picture of the two windows in which you can make the adjustments. how do I remove favorites & history from favor - 25280385-xgakn3uof1urgwv343232ikl-3-0.jpg
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