06-26-2011 10:59 PM
Hi Kathleensarah: Open up you HP Support Assistant click on Maintenance, Click tune up check mark all temporary files you like to have deleted from the drop down list enable disc deframeter. Click run. All set. You can also set scheduled this to have your computer to do it automaticly just set day and time. You can also do with Internet Explorer at any time. Just click safety tab then when the list drops down click on delete browser history. You can also set the Internet Explorer to do it on every exit.Cick on tools in Internet Explorer list drops down click on Internet Options check mark box Delete browser history on exit click ok. Most antivirus and spy ware software also do it as well as long as you follow their direction in there software usually in set it up during installing it.
01-22-2014 01:48 PM
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I understand you are inquiring as to how to delete your history and your cookies from your HP Notebook. I would like to refer you to a Microsoft Support document: Delete webpage history. This document will bring you to a Microsoft page that will show you how to do exactly what you are asking.
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