Delete Browser History and Temporary Internet Files: –
There are a couple of ways to do this, pretty much similar to Windows XP Deletion of Browsing History, and Temporary Internet Files. Below is the various ways on how to access your Temporary Internet Files.
Browser Tools: – Internet Options.
1. Open Internet Explorer, click your tools table goto Internet Options. One in your Internet Options on the First Tab You will see an area for Browsing History with a check-box option to delete browsing history, and a Delete button to delete Temporary Internet Files.
2. A new form will appear asking if you want to preserve favorite website data, delete temporary internet files, cookies, history, form data, passwords, and Inprivate filtering data. Choose the options you want to delete.
3. Next to the Delete button is a Settings button, click this button and this will give you more browser history, and temporary internet files options to delete, and setup page files storage. When you are in this form there will be a button to click for view files. This will take you directly into your temporary internet files folder directory.
Search: Temporary Internet Files.
1. Goto Start > Type in Temporary Internet Files in text space asking you to search programs, and files.
Control Panel: Internet Options.
1. Click Network & Internet, Internet Options, or Delete Browsing History and Cookies.
2. Follow the steps under the above on Browser Tools, Internet Options.
My Computer: – Disk Clean-up.
1. Right Click on My Computer either on Desktop, or in Start Menu. Goto Properties, when in here you will see a Disk Clean-up Tab, click it. A progress bar will appear once it disappears, you will get a form with options for disk clean-up. Scroll through the list checking all the boxes you want to have deleted from. Click ok, then you will get a progress bar and it will be complete.
“Always run a complete backup of your system before you attempt to delete any file or device on your computer”.