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deleting aol/xp internet browser

Discussion in 'Hardware' started by maxirage, Jan 21, 2007.

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  1. maxirage

    maxirage Thread Starter

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    as i look at my aol screen and web browser, i am unable to delete the sites I've visited. what do I do? I went through the control panel and interent options but that did not do anything to the visible eye. help please. don;t want wife to see i've been shopping 4 her!:confused:
     
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    Go to settings

    Then click on Web [Internet] Options

    Then click on clear my footprints and follow what you want to do there
     
  3. maxirage

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    don't see it.
     
  4. maxirage

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    i followed the directions and found nothing that could delete my scrolling sites on the browser. on my dell and as i look at aol, the sites are still all listed. any other suggestions. :(
     
  5. wacor

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    What version do you have?

    Do some keyword searches for directions. Sorry but AOL is not always user friendly
     
  6. maxirage

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    9.0 optimized se
     
  7. maxirage

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    found it and did it!!!
    thanks.
     
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