How to Delete your Usage History Tracks in Windows

It's not only those who surf adult websites or chat-rooms that might wish to hide their tracks from others. Many people keep sensitive information on shared computers, and have an interest in keeping data private. Windows records a number of user activities in log files. These logs, or histories, can be deleted by users concerned about privacy issues. While bought software can erase history logs, this how-to will equip you to do it yourself for free.The usage tracks we will be erasing:Internet, Cookies and Search History.Recently opened documents.Save History.Run History.This How-To is aimed at home users concerned about privacy issues. Computer networks at many organizations allow administrators and IT departments to view logs, without requiring access to your logon information, or even your physical computer. These steps do not address such remote/network logging.

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