Question about Toshiba Satellite A100-S8111TD Notebook
Firstly, make sure that your folder options are set so you are allowed to see the hidden files. To do this, go to any folder and click on Tools, Folder Options, and the View tab. And click on show hidden files and folders.
If you are using Internet Explorer, there is an index.dat file located in your user folder:C:\Documents and Settings\UserName\Local Settings\Temporary Internet Files\Content.IE5 In order to see this folder and the index.dat file you either need to be logged in as another user, or type in the above address location into your start menu - run and press enter. It will take you to the content.ie5 folder directly. Otherwise, you'll only get to see your temporary internet files. Make a copy of this index.dat file to your desktop and then change the extension to TXT so you can open and read the urls in notepad.
Also, there is another directory: C:\Documents and Settings\UserName\Local Settings\History\History.IE5 in which there is another index.dat file and can have more folders with index.dat files in them. Do the same for these files and you'll have your URL list. Depending on how the machine deletes your history, if you can't find your URL, then it may be permanently deleted. If however, this has helped you, please do rate me. Thanks
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Internet browsers have improved tremendously during the past several years, with software adding more features to help Web surfers navigate the ever-growing Internet.
One of the best features is the browser's history, allowing a user to go back to view previously visited websites.
While it is easy to accidentally delete the history, it can be recovered.
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