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Internet Tracks Washer 11

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Feature List:

  • Delete Cookies
  • Delete Typed URL History
  • Delete Cache (Temporary Internet Files)
  • Delete AutoComplete Forms
  • Delete AutoComplete Passwords
  • Delete History List
  • Delete Index.dat Files
  • Delete IE menu items
  • Delete IE toolbar buttons
  • Delete Document History
  • Delete Find/Search History
  • Delete Temporary Files Directory
  • Delete Run History
  • Delete Recycle Bin
  • Delete Clipboard
  • Delete Downloaded Installations
  • Delete Invalid COM/OLE Entries
  • Delete Microsoft Office 97/2000/XP/2003 Tracks
  • Delete Microsoft Media Player 7.0/11/11/11 Tracks
  • Delete ACDSee Recent used Folders Info & Tracks
  • Delete Yahoo! Message Cache & History Files
  • Delete WinZip Recent File List
  • Delete WinRAR Recent File List
  • Delete Realplay/RealOne Tracks
  • Delete PowerDVD Playlist
  • Delete Net Vampire History
  • Delete MusicMatch Jukebox Playlist
  • Delete MSN Messager Tracks
  • Delete Morpheus History Data
  • Delete ICQ2000 History
  • Delete Playlist of Media Jukebox
  • Delete Google Tool Bar Search History
  • Delete Divx Player Tracks
  • Delete Acrobat Reader Recent File List And Tracks
  • And Much More...
 

Feature Details:

Internet Explorer

  • Delete IE Cookies - Web sites send small text files to your browser to keep track of your on-line sessions. They are particularly useful when you want a Web site to auto-sign you into a registration process. However web sites also use cookies to track you through the site. With Internet Tracks Washer, you can select which cookies you want to erase and which one you want to keep.

  • Delete IE Typed URL History - The URLs you have typed in address bar, you can select which one you want to wash in the "Wash Apart" form.


  • Delete IE Cache (Temporary Internet Files) - The Temporary Internet Files folder is the location on your hard disk where Web pages and files (such as graphics) are stored as you view them. This speeds up the display of pages you frequently visit or have already seen, because Internet Explorer can open them from your hard disk instead of from the Web. But this means that many megabytes of data of all types get saved to your hard drive. Anyone who can use your computer can tell from these files what you have seen while surfing.


  • Delete IE Visited URL History - Which keeps an index of the visited web pages.
  • When typing URL in address bar, you can see the related visited URLs.

  • Delete IE AutoComplete Forms - Which stores a record of datas except passwords that you typed into any web site form.


  • Delete IE AutoComplete Passwords - Which stores a record of passwords that you typed into any web site form.


  • Delete IE History List - The links information for Web sites and pages visited in previous days and weeks. Clicking the History button will show this list.


  • Delete IE Index.dat Files - Index.dat files are used by various features of Internet Explorer to keep track of URLs and associated information about URLs.

Standard Windows Items

  • Delete Windows Document History - The history of recent documents that you have opened. The document history is stored under the Microsoft Windows Start Button under the Documents menu item (Start | Documents).


  • Delete Windows Find/Search History - The history of files you have searched for using the Find/Search program. The Find history is stored under the Microsoft Windows Start Button under Find/Search, then File/Folders menu item (Start | Find/Search | Files/Folders).


  • Delete Windows Temporary Files Directory - The Windows temporary directory (usually located at C:\windows\temp). This directory should not be confused with the Internet Explorer "Temporary Internet Files Directory". The Windows temporary directory stores temporary files that are used during installation of programs and at other various times. Cleaning this directory regularly is generally a good idea. (Note: All contents of this directory are purged during a wash, so be sure that there are no files contained in this directory that you wish to keep or that are needed by other programs).


  • Delete Windows Run History - The history of files you have run using the Run command. The Run history is stored under the Microsoft Windows Start Button under the Run menu item (Start | Run).

  • Delete Recycle Bin - The files that are contained in the Recycle Bin.


  • Delete Windows Clipboard - The information in the Windows Clipboard.


  • Delete Windows Downloaded Installations - The directory which stores downloaded Windows Installer packages(.msi). Each package file contains a relational type database that stores all the instructions and data required to install (and uninstall) the program across many installation scenarios.


  • Delete Windows Invalid COM/OLE Entries - The invalid COM/OLE entries.


  • Delete Microsoft Office 97/2000/XP/2003 Tracks - If you have MS-Office 97, 2000, XP or 2003 installed on your system, this option will clean up the "Most Recently Used" (MRU) lists that are stored.


  • Delete Microsoft Media Player 7.0/11/11/11 Tracks - If you have Windows Media Player installed on your system, this option will clean up the "Most Recently Used" (MRU) lists that are stored.
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