Erase History Encryption
To erase history encryption, you must use the Internet Options tab to get started. Please note that depending on how old the Windows version, the steps may appear to be slightly out of order or the tabs may appear in different places. Do not be discouraged. Simply take a deep breath and pay close attention to the screen and functions. Everything you need is right in front of you!
To get to the Internet Options icon, click your Start menu. Next, click “Settings." Once you have selected settings, go to the “control panel." Next, select “Internet Options." The Internet Options tab will allow you to quickly and easily erase history encryption. All you have to do is select “General," then “Delete" under “browsing history." Click “OK." Once your browsing history has been deleted, complete the steps listed above again, but instead of deleting browser history again, complete steps 7-10.
1. Click your Start menu
2. Click Settings
3. Go to Control Panel
4. Select Internet Options
5. Select the General tab
6. Select Settings
7. For "Check for newer versions of stored pages," select “Never"
8. Change disk space to 50 (recommended)
9. Select “0" days to keep pages in history
10. Click OK
If you select “0," encrypted pages will never be saved. If you select “1," encrypted history will be saved for 24 hours from the time you visited the page, then deleted. Again, if privacy is an issue and to protect yourself against identity or information theft, selecting “0" days is strongly recommended.
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