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Why You Need Tracks Eraser
Your computer tracks your activities, and saves the
information to the hard drive, tracks including :
The websites you have visited - web pages, pictures,
movies, videos, and cookies, etc..
The Windows Run history, recent documents, temporary
files, and open/save dialog box, etc.
Applications like Office, RealOne Player, Windows Media
Player, QuickTime, and Winzip also log where you have been.
Your web browser's built-in privacy functions will not protect you as much
information can not be removed manually.
Traces that store on your computer
- Location Bar History : the
websites you visited - Windows will not remove them
- Cookie :
Websites place small text files on your
browser to keep track of your on-line activity. Cookies are really useful
when you want a website to auto-sign you into a registration process. These
cookies are used to track you through the site. With Tracks Eraser , you can
select which cookies you want to erase and which to keep.
here for more info about cookies
Cache (Temporary Internet Files ) & History :
Your browser saves
visited web pages, and their images, to your hard drive
whether you clicked on them or didn't. This is to save you from having
to re-download the information on your next visit. It also means
that a lot of data is being saved to your hard drive. Anyone
who uses your computer can discover your browsing habits.
here for more info about cache
- Autocomplete Memory : Internet
Explorer stores a record of nearly everything that you type into
any web-site form : keywords typed into a search
engine, your personal information- your name and address, and
- Index.dat :
index.dat contains sites visited and the index
of cookies which can not be erased manually. Even if you clean up your
cache, cookies, and history from within the Internet Explorer browser , the
index.dat files can not be erased and will continue to store information
about what web sites you have visited and what cookies have been saved.
here learn more
(Example: index.dat after
- IE Plug-Ins : They provide functions
that the browser can not. Some chat rooms and games may use plug-ins to
accomplish special functions
- Recent Documents : This
lists the most recent 15 documents that you have accessed. Any of
them can be opened by clicking on the document's name. ( example)
- Windows Search History :
Windows saves these files so that when you want to do searches, you
don't need to re-enter the information. This lets others know what
you have been searching. (example)
- Start Menu Run History :
Windows stores these programs in the Start ->Run box. so that
you don't have to re-enter the information, but it allows others to know
what you searched. (example)
- Windows Temp. files : Windows saves them to a folder.
You should clean it regularly to remove traces of your computer activity. (example)
- Open/Save History
Windows records files opened and files saved, in the registry. Every
time you open or save a file, it displays a list of
files accessed, and is available to others. (example)
- Office Recent Documents : Other than
Recent Documents above, the Office Recent Documents file stores
recently-accessed office files - Word, Excel, and Powerpoint, etc.
- in the system registry. They are not deleted when you delete
- RealPlayer Playlist : RealPlayer
saves the Internet location and video / sound files in
the registry for others to see. (example)
- Windows Media Player Playlist : Same as for
RealPlayer, above. (example)
- Other Applications : Most applications
and programs store recently- accessed files and history data. To
prevent others seeing them, you can erase them with Tracks
Eraser Pro's free plug-ins. ..
Click here to download plug-ins
To view above history data in a single program, you
can download a free
With one click , Tracks Eraser can automatically erase all the
above tracks !
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