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How to Delete History Tracks on Windows with Registry Editor


You definitely don't like it when other people check your Internet history. Many people store sensitive information on their computers and want to keep personal data private. Here's how to delete history tracks with the registry editor:

1. Open the Start menu and type “regedit” into the search bar. Press “Enter” when finished.

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2. Double-click on the “regedit” icon. Then select "Yes" in the pop up window.

3. Navigate to the following folder location: HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft

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4. Then search for “Internet Explorer” and click it.

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5. Locate the default registry entry. Look for the word "Default" in the file name.

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6. Right click and delete all registry entries under the default registry entries. Do not delete the default registry entries or important entries such as Build and Version, as this may compromise the system's ability to perform certain functions.

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