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Help i want to know is there anyway to create a back up temporary internet file because my child knows how to delete the history w/o me knowing what sites she visited

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What you want is a program that keeps track of websites visited, keystrokes entered, etc. There is a nice one at http://www.tueagles.com/anti-porn/ that has a 30 day trial. You can use it to block bad websites and even set up time blocks for when a child can use the internet. You can make it completely invisible. So in your case I wouldn't block any sites at first, just let it record where its been. Then you can see where your child has been and take appropriate actions.

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In "Deleted files" what should be checked off to delete sites I visited?


The steps to delete browsing history vary depending upon the browser from which you wish to delete the history. To know more, you can refer to the following links:
For Internet Explorer:
http://windows.microsoft.com/en-in/internet-explorer/manage-delete-browsing-history-internet-explorer#ie=ie-11
For Google Chrome:
https://support.google.com/chrome/answer/95589?hl=en
For Mozilla Firefox:
https://support.mozilla.org/en-US/kb/delete-browsing-search-download-history-firefox#w_how-do-i-clear-my-history

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Feb 03, 2015 | PC Desktops

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How to delete the cookies in internet explorer 6 & 7




For some very strange reason, it seems 9 of
10 Bad Request messages implicate Firefox.

Simply delete your "Cookies" and everything
will be okay. Don't worry about erasing them;
nothing bad will happen. You won't lose your
internet browser's "Bookmarks" or "Favorites".
The worst thing that could happen is you will
be asked to retype your username/password
when you return to YouTube and some other
websites -- that's all.

As you're dumping your cookies, you should
also erase all your "Temporary Internet Files"
and "History". This will render your computer
totally "fresh" in YouTube's eyes. It would be
best if you shutdown / reboot after doing this:

Internet Explorer 6:
> Tools > Internet Options
> Delete Cookies > OK
> Delete Files > OK
> Clear History > Yes
> OK

Internet Explorer 7:
> Tools > Internet Options > Delete...
> Delete files > Yes
> Delete cookies > OK
> Delete history > OK
> Close (browsing history window)
> OK

on Jan 02, 2010 | PC Desktops

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I feel so stupid! How do I clear my "browser cache"?


Internet Explorer 8 and above
  1. From the Safety menu in the upper right, click Delete Browsing History... .

  2. Deselect Preserve Favorites website data, and select Temporary Internet files, Cookies, and History.

  3. Click Delete.
Internet Explorer 7
  1. From the Tools menu in the upper right, select Internet Options.

  2. Under "Browsing history", click Delete... .

  3. To delete your cache, click Delete files... . To delete your cookies, click Delete cookies... .
    To delete your history, click Delete history... .
  4. Click Close, and then click OK to exit.
Back to top
Firefox 3.5 and above for Windows
  1. From the Tools menu, select Clear Recent History... .

  2. From the Time range to clear: drop-down menu, select the desired range; to clear your entire cache, select Everything.

  3. Click the down arrow next to "Details" to choose what history elements to clear (e.g., check Cookies to clear cookies). Click Clear Now.
Firefox 3 for Windows
  1. From the Tools menu, select Clear Recent History... , and then select the items you want to delete (e.g., Browsing & Download History, Cache, Cookies).

  2. Click Clear Recent History... .

Hope this helps
if your browser isn't listed repost with you browser and Operating System info

RJ

Jul 19, 2011 | PC Desktops

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Im not getting a compete picture when my computor is on theinternet.


To correct this issue, follow the methods that are described in this section in the order in which they are presented until the issue is resolved.

These methods are designed for beginning to intermediate computer users. After each method, refresh Internet Explorer to check whether the problem is resolved. If the problem is not resolved, try the next method. Method 1: See whether pictures are available on another Web site loadTOCNode(3, 'resolution'); Sometimes the link to a picture on a Web site is broken, and that is why a picture is not being displayed. Visit another Web site to determine whether pictures are being displayed correctly on it. If they are being displayed correctly, then there is nothing wrong with Internet Explorer. Instead, the Web site that you are visiting might be broken.

If you can view pictures on another Web site, you are finished. If you do not see any pictures or if you cannot determine whether the Web site that you are visiting is broken, try clearing your temporary Internet files by using method 2.

Note If you use Internet Explorer 8, try Compatibility View. To do this, start Internet Explorer 8, click Compatibility View Settings on the Tools menu, and then add the Web site that you want to view by using Compatibility View. Method 2: Clear temporary Internet files loadTOCNode(3, 'resolution'); Clearing your temporary Internet files creates more space on your hard disk. If your hard disk is close to being full, this could affect your ability to view pictures on a Web site.

To clear temporary Internet files, follow these steps:

Internet Explorer 8
  1. Start Internet Explorer 8.
  2. On the Tools menu, click Internet Options.
  3. On the General tab, click Delete under Browsing History.
  4. In the Delete Browsing History dialog box, click to clear all of the check boxes except for the Temporary Internet Files check box, and then click Delete.
  5. Click OK to close the Internet Options dialog box.
Internet Explorer 7
  1. Start Internet Explorer 7.
  2. On the Tools menu, click Delete Browsing History.
  3. In the Delete Browsing History dialog box, click Delete Files.
  4. Click OK to close the Internet Options dialog box.
Internet Explorer 6 and earlier versions
  1. On the Tools menu, click Internet Options.
  2. On the General tab, click Delete Files under Temporary Internet files.
  3. Click to select the Delete all offline content check box, and then click OK.
  4. Click OK to close the Internet Options dialog box.
Check whether you can now see pictures. If you still cannot see pictures, try method 3. Method 3: Verify that the Show Pictures option has not been turned off loadTOCNode(3, 'resolution'); If the Show Pictures option in Internet Explorer is turned off, you cannot see pictures. To determine whether the Show Pictures option is turned off, follow these steps:
  1. On the Tools menu, click Internet Options.
  2. Click the Advanced tab, and then verify that the Show Pictures check box is selected under Multimedia.
  3. Click OK.
Determine whether you can now see pictures

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Thanks......Have a great time.

Jul 13, 2010 | Gateway Essential 400 PC Desktop

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Every time I download a video it stops every few seconds


The cause of your problem is simple: your "cache"
memory & "temporary internet files" are nearly full.
This is especially true if you've been watching lots
of videos or playing a lot of games/music.

If you are experiencing either: A) slugglish loading
and buffering, B) "choppy" videos which frequently
start/stop/start/stop, C) the YouTube dotted circle
looking like it might spin for ever, or D) videos that
will sometimes come to a sudden "stop" or freeze,
that is often a sign that your cache/memory is full
and cannot take anymore.

Exit out of YouTube (but not your browser) and do
one of the steps below. Afterwards, shutdown and
reboot. Not only will this "free up" your computer's
memory, everything will be "fresh", and load faster:

Internet Explorer 6:
→ Tools → Internet Options
→ Delete Cookies → OK
→ Delete Files → OK
→ Clear History → Yes
→ OK

Internet Explorer 7:
→ Tools → Internet Options → Delete...
→ Delete files → Yes
→ Delete cookies → OK
→ Delete history → OK
→ Close (browsing history window)
→ OK

Internet Explorer 8:
→ Tools → Delete Browsing History
[. ] Preserve Favorites (leave blank)
[x] Temporary Internet files
[x] Cookies
[x] History
→ Delete

Mozilla Firefox 3:
→ Tools → Clear Private Data
[x] Browsing History
[x] Download History
[x] Saved Form and Search History
[x] Cache
[x] Cookies
→ Clear Private Data Now
Google Chrome:
→ Tools (wrench) → Clear browsing data...
[x] Clear browsing history
[x] Clear download history
[x] Empty the cache
[x] Delete cookies
Clear data from this period: → Everything
→ Clear Browsing Data

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Jul 11, 2010 | Dell Dimension 3000 PC Desktop

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Inspiron is very slow on the internet - otherwise very quick - other computer sitting next to it is very fast on the internet. Thanks


I don't know what kind of network you're on, but compare:

1. The kind of network adapter on each computer (10MB or 100MB or 1GB)
2. Every other piece of network hardware between each computer and where it leaves the building. I could be that one plugs into a faster port somewhere.
3. Try deleting all the temporary internet files and cookies on the offending PC. In IE8, do Tools --> Internet Options --> General Tab --> Browsing History section, and use the Delete and Settings buttons to modify things. If it has millions of temporary files to sort through each time you hit a page, then it could be busy looking for local copies of everything before it goes out to the web and grabs it.

Good luck! If this was helpful, please leave a rating!

Mar 10, 2010 | Dell Inspiron 530s Desktop Computer...

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Hi it johnbulpin@hotmail.com


You might have dirty cache. In Internet Explorer do...

TOOLS > INTERNET OPTIONS > Browsing History DELETE > Temporary Internet Files DELETE FILES...
History DELETE HISTORY...
Form Data DELETE FORMS...

See if that helps.

Nov 29, 2008 | Dell Dimension 2400 PC Desktop

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Clear my Internet browser history


Microsoft Internet Explorer users
Viewing History Microsoft Internet Explorer 7.x users can view their history files by clicking the "Tools" menu, "Internet Options", clicking the "Settings" button under the Browsing history, and then clicking the "View Files" button. Microsoft Internet Explorer 6.x users can view their history files by clicking the "Tools" menu, "Internet Options", clicking the "Settings" button, and then clicking the "View Files" button.
Deleting History Microsoft Windows users running Microsoft Internet Explorer 6.x and 7.x can delete their history files by clicking the "Tools" menu, "Internet Options", and clicking the "Delete Files" or "Delete" button. Users also have the option of automatically deleting files each time the close the browser window by clicking the "Advanced" tab and checking "Empty Temporary Internet Files folder when browser is closed" under the "Security" section. Microsoft Internet Explorer 4.x users on an Apple Macintosh can delete the history by clicking the "Hard Drive" icon, "System",  "Preferences", "Explorer", and moving the history file into the trash. Microsoft Internet Explorer 3.02 and lower users can delete their history by clicking the "View" menu, "Options", open the tab "Advanced", click the "Settings" tab, and click the "Empty Folder" button.
Mozilla Firefox users
Viewing History
Press Ctrl + H to open the left-side history bar.
or 
Click History at the top of the window.
or
Users using earlier versions of Mozilla Firefox can also view their history by clicking "Go" and clicking "History."
Deleting History
Mozilla Firefox  users can clear their history by clicking the "Tools" menu, "Options", clicking the "Piracy" button, and under "History" click the "Clear" or "Clear Now" button.
or
Press CTRL + Shift + DEL to open the Clear Data Window.
Netscape users
Viewing History Microsoft Windows users can view history by first opening Netscape and click the "Edit" menu, "Preferences", "History", and view the location where Netscape is storing your files. Next, open this folder within Explorer.
Deleting History Netscape users can delete their history files by clicking the "Edit" menu, "Preferences", "History", and click the "Clear History" button.
Opera users
Viewing History
Users can view their history files by opening the "cache" folder within their opera folder. Microsoft Windows users can often find this within "C:\Program files\Opera\ ." If you're unable to locate the cache within this directory try opening the  "C:\Documents and Settings\**HOPE**\Application Data\Opera\Opera\profile" folder, where **HOPE** is the name of the username you use to log into Windows.
Deleting History
Opera users can delete their history by clicking the "File" menu, "Preferences", "History", and click "Empty now" button. In addition, users can check "Empty on exit" if they wish for this task to occur each time they exit the browser.

Oct 19, 2008 | PC Desktops

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I have a gateway laptop model solo 9500; 526 MB it move slow and I would like to add at lease one GB of memory or one GB of ram which ever will solve my problem. And also I would like to know how to delete...


Increase u r Memory or RAM to 1GB no problem .it will make the system faster and accessing the applications will be fast

See do u want to delete history of u r Browser ? for that just open the Internet Explorer Browser
Go to ====>TOOLS
=====>INTERNET OPTIONS
=====>Delete Cookies,Temporary Internet Files,Clear History
========>APPLY and OK

If U r Using Mozilla Fire Fox open u r Browser
Go To ======>TOOLS
===========>Clear Private Data
===========>Select all the Options and
===========>click on clear Private Data

if u r Browser is in Recycle Bin then
===>Right Click on recycle Bin
====>Select Empty Recycle Bin



Aug 04, 2008 | Gateway PC Desktops

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Everytime I try to open mail from someone I keep getting an error window that says ERROR 23UVRI on my screen and I cant open anything


Ok, I am guessing that your using AOL?

Here is the first steps to clear the eroor, if this doent work let me know!

Clear the Cache, Cookies and History, Then Reset All Settings in Internet Explorer® Whenever you visit certain Websites, they will store what is known as temporary Internet files and cookies on your computer to identify that Website. Sometimes these temporary Internet files and cookies can cause the issue you are experiencing. Similarly your History list can also be a concern. The more days you have specified for pages to be saved on your history list, the more disk space is used on your computer. You can free up disk space by clearing this list. You can do this manually or you can use the one-click fix.

To manually clear cache, cookies and history, then reset all settings for Internet Explorer® 7.0:

1. Close any Internet browser windows that may be open on your computer.
2. Click the Start button, select All Programs, then click Internet Explorer.
3. In the upper right, click the Tools menu, then click Internet Options.
4. On the General tab, under the Browsing history section, click the Delete button.
5. Under the Temporary Internet Files section, click the Delete files button to clear the cache.
6. Click the Yes button to confirm.
7. Under the Cookies section, click the Delete cookies button, to clear cookies.
8. Click the Yes button to confirm.
9. Under the History section, click the Delete history button to clear history.
10. Click the Yes button to confirm.
11. In the lower right, click the Close button to close the Delete Browsing History window.
12. Click the Security tab, then click the Default level button.
13. Click the Advanced tab, click the Reset button, then click the OK button.
14. Click the Connections tab.
15. Click the LAN Settings button.
16. Under the Proxy server section, click the Use a proxy server for your LAN (These settings will not apply to dial-up or VPN connections) box to clear it, then click the OK button.
17. Under the Dial-up and Virtual Private Network settings section, choose the Never dial a connection option by clicking it, then click the OK button.

To manually clear cache, cookies and history, then reset all settings for Internet Explorer 6.0:

1. Close any Internet browser windows that may be open on your computer.
2. Click the Start button, select Programs or All Programs, then click Internet Explorer.
3. Click the Tools menu, then click Internet Options .
4. On the General tab, under the Temporary Internet files section, click the Delete Files button to clear cache.
5. Click the Delete all offline content box to place a check mark in it, then click the OK button for confirmation.
6. Under the Temporary Internet files section, click the Delete Cookies button to clear cookies.
7. Click the OK button to confirm.
8. Under the History section, click the Clear History button to clear history.
9. Click the Yes button for confirmation.
10. Click the Programs tab.
11. Click the Reset Web Settings button.
12. Click the Yes button.
13. Click the Connections tab.
14. Click the LAN Settings button.
15. Under the Proxy server section, click the Use a proxy server for your LAN (These settings will not apply to dial-up or VPN connections) box to clear it, then click the OK button.
16. Under the Dial-up and Virtual Private Network settings section, choose the Never dial a connection option by clicking it, then click the OK button.

Jun 23, 2008 | PC Desktops

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