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Delete browsing history on shut down

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#1
I have just gone from XP to Vista. On XP, I had it set to delete my browsing
history (in Favorites) when I shut the computer down. I have searched high
and low but can't figure out whether that function is available on Vista. I
have Vista Ultimate Home.

Thanks for your help
Dave
 

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Bender

#2
I recently installed IE8 beta so I don't know if the following works in IE7.
In the Internet Options you can check a box to delete browsing history upon
exit of IE.
Something new in IE8 is the ability to run an instance of IE that does not
have cookies enabled and browsing history.

"Dave" <jde2003@xxxxxx> wrote in message
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> I have just gone from XP to Vista. On XP, I had it set to delete my
> browsing history (in Favorites) when I shut the computer down. I have
> searched high and low but can't figure out whether that function is
> available on Vista. I have Vista Ultimate Home.
>
> Thanks for your help
> Dave
 

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Richie Hardwick

#3
"Bender" <imnotgivingmynametoa@xxxxxx> wrote:

>I recently installed IE8 beta so I don't know if the following works in IE7.
>In the Internet Options you can check a box to delete browsing history upon
>exit of IE.
That option is available.

One can also download and install CCleaner. It will do that and a lot
more for both IE and Firefox

>Something new in IE8 is the ability to run an instance of IE that does not
>have cookies enabled and browsing history.
>
>"Dave" <jde2003@xxxxxx> wrote in message
>news:#dqYFtKYJHA.6000@xxxxxx

>> I have just gone from XP to Vista. On XP, I had it set to delete my
>> browsing history (in Favorites) when I shut the computer down. I have
>> searched high and low but can't figure out whether that function is
>> available on Vista. I have Vista Ultimate Home.
>>
>> Thanks for your help
>> Dave
Richie Hardwick
 

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