You took hours to look for what to get your husband for his birthday in the Internet and just randomly turned it off after sometime. Guess what! your surprise does not remain so any more since you husband got to know about it, as he opened the browser the next time. He unintentionally hit on the last URL visited and stopped on your page and the entire story got revealed to him. Alas! You never wanted this to happen, did you? The safest way to avoid the issue would have been deleting your temporary Internet files and folder so that the web addresses are no longer stored in the memory. Make sure you do not miss to follow the following guidelines in your next attempt.
Guidelines for Deleting web addresses in browser
First, get connected to the Internet and click on the browser. Once the home page opens, select Tools and then Internet Options from the drop down in the navigation toolbar at the top left of the page. The Internet Options window will pop up at once.
Go to the â€˜Generalâ€™ tab, and then click on the â€˜Deleteâ€™ button below Browsing History. Clicking on “Delete” here will not remove any files or history. You must specifically select what you want to delete in the next window, which is the â€˜Delete Browsing Historyâ€™ window.
Delete temporary Internet files
After having done so, you need to delete your temporary Internet files to clear out the address bar’s drop down list of old website addresses. When you click on â€˜Deleteâ€™, you will receive a warning message. This will read as, “Are you sure you want to delete all temporary Internet Explorer files?” to verify your action. Click on â€˜yesâ€™.
Be rest assured, all your secrets is going to be safely stored forever. Your web browser is going to prove as loyal as you have never thought it to be. There is no outflow of any secret unless you are exposing it.