How to Erase Google
Every time an individual visits an
online website using Microsoft's Internet Browser, web site information
is downloaded with each website and it is saved in the short-term
folder on the hard drive known as the net cache. The next visit
to the web site, you need to erase google history becuase just the
altered or updated images and files are downloaded from the web
and the unchanged website files are preloaded from the cache. This
in turn makes the whole webpage load quicker. These files remain
in the webcache for some time, this is just in case the same website
is re-visited, and the same process happens again.
The net-cache makes it possible to
re-load offline content quickly. For example, if no Internet connection
is available, cached websites still remain available. all files,
such as media files etc are automatically saved to the web-browser
cache after loading them in a webpage, and are still available to
the computer. By save to the cache, this saves data and bandwidth,
and if the computer is using a pay as you go connection, it saves
the user a costly bill. Performance of the web-browser is improved,
and overall network performance is greater. The downside to this
is, the browser-cache consumes more and more hard drive space, as
more files are saved, and not deleted.
The concept and design of the web
The internet-cache exists because it
was an idea conceived by webbrowser designers. The internet is seen
as slow network, and so would never be fast enough. More precisely,
the internet is seen much slower than your computer, so the web-cache
was born. It's usually quicker to load some thing from your hard
disk than it is to get it from the web. Regardless of todays
faster internet connection speeds, this will always be the case.
Browser designers saw that the majority
of web pages are built in the same way, and share the same layout.
What this implies, is that, as soon as a web page is browsed to,
only a portion of the webpage is actually downloaded to the cache,
thus the amount of data that is actually downloaded the 2nd time,
is much reduced. This is what the browser cache has been designed
for. The cache is a reserved area on your hard drive where your
browser can download and store all types of files and stored when
they are needed. For example, whenever you visit this webpage, the
browser downloads the banner at the top of the page in to the web-cache,
and if you were to re-visit another webpage from this same site,
because the banner is already downloaded and probably named the
same file, that banner does not need to be downloaded again, because
it's already on you hard drive.
The webcache is the middle area between
the web server and the windows browser. There are various limitations
asscociated to the cache. Size is normally controlled by the windows
operating system, although it can be user set if needed. When the
cache becomes full, the files stored which have not been used for
some time are then deleted, to allow the same area to be re-used
again. The operating system, is clever enough to make the choice
by itself, which files go, and which stay.
The webcache is the area on the hard
drive allocated for storing all web files, when you browse the internet.
It always grows in size and does not often shrink. This can lead
to many problems, because it start to take up enormous amounts of
hard disk space. It becomes un-controlable in some cases. The number
of files that can be stored in the web-cache can number in the 10's
of 1000's. This in turn causes problems such as operating system
lockups', windows starts to hang, data becomes lost and corrupted.
Have you ever noticed these symptons? You could check how much space
you have left on the hard drive, by looking at the properties. If
you have no space left, this could be the cause. This can al be
caused by corruption of the webcache. The more you browse the internet,
the more files are downloaded, the more the web-cache grows, the
more the problems become obvious.
Files that are contained within
The webcache will hold many different
types of files. Text,media,cookies,encrypted,interactive, all types
of files that build a webpage, will downloaded to the web-cache.
Badpoints of the webcache.
- The website is slower to load if
the website is not stored in the webcache.
- Out dated and inaccurate files are
- The webcache can lose track of the
associated files, and are sometimes mis-placed.
The operating system first searches
for the page components which takes an amount of time. If its not
found, it then goes to the internet website, and then downloads
afresh copy of the page. If the webcache is huge and contains many
files, this can take a long time, and thats when you notice the
websites are taking a long time to load.
How to manually erase google history
and refresh the web-cache.
To manually refresh the webpage in
internet explorer, press the hotkey F5. This makes the web-browser
bypass the cache and then it goes straight to the website to pull
down fresh content.
Erase google history using the
Deleting all the files in the cache
will force internet explorer to download everything new, as no files
are available from the web-cache
First design of the web-cache, the
When first released, Microsoft's internet
explorer, saved all of it's files into an area called the (temporary
internet files) TIF for short. Usually saved to the location of
userrprofile % \local settings\temp. This design was simple, it
invloved using the format of the index.dat file. When microsoft
vista was released, microsoft started to modify the way the webcache
was used. Back then, they well may have had plans for windows 10.
Be extremely careful while searching
for this location, as microsoft developed the webcache to be deliberately
protected. If you try and click on any of the files, the operating
system will give a warning before you open them. This is because,
the operating system imposes a protection to these files, because
you may well have downloaded a bad file, that could turn out to
be a virus, or malware, without knowing it. Anti-virus checkers
have a special way of checking these files in the webcache, and
delete them before they can do any harm to your pc. It is also recomended
to use some form of anti-virus.
Just some the errors that you may see
from the old style index.dat file.
- Index.dat error.
- Index.dat is missing.
- Index.dat not discovered.
- Index.dat failed to load.
- Failed to sign-up index.dat.
- Runtime Error: index.dat.
- Error loading index.dat.
These index.dat error messages can
appear at any time.
Later edition webcachev01 files.
With the new operating systems that
microsoft re-releases, the company likes to change things. If you
look for the web-cache files, in the newer os systems, this is where
they now have a mixture of index.dat and the newer webcache files.Although
this started with the release of Vista, it's really seen in windows
7 and onwards. These files are totally different in nature, heavily
encrypted and give a whole new set of problems. It was intentional
by Microsoft that these files were to be much tougher to delete
and view them. They are also well protected by the operating system.
How frequently do you delete your
Web information & cookies?
You press the button nad get internet
explorer to delete it's surfing history. How do you know if it deletes
everything. You dont know, thats the truth, but you just assume
it does. Internet explorer has say it deletes its history upon exit,
but after investigation, there are always files left behind in the
web cache. Internet explorer cannot delete files in real time, and
this presents a problem to security.
Is Microsoft windows starting to
spy on you?
If you're running windows 10 on your
pc, then beware, you are being monitored. When you rite an email,
or surf you're favourite adult website, any emails that you receive,
windows is watchinf you. Windows 10 was built from the ground up
to spy on it's users. This version of windows changed beyond any
thing that resembles it's previous versions of windows. This system
was built to monitor everything.
Windows 10 has a feature buried inside
the operating system that records everything it does, and then analyses
the keyboard entry to understand what is going on. Its design should
be to help you, but it does just the opposite, it spooks people.
Microsoft says that the spying feature cannot be turned off, or
rather it won't turn it off..
Bandwidth management is built into
windows 10, that is it's supposed to mamage the internet data is
downloaded from.It can download and install anything that microsoft
authorises and you have no control over this. Updates are installad
automatically, without any notification to the user. Adverts are
just a part of the operating systems way of taking more control
over your pc. Microsoft that this is a limited function at the moment,
but like all adverts, they will surely expand. Make any hardware
modifications and these are recorded and sent back. Microsoft knows
immediately if this happens. Keypresses and other actions are ogged
in the background. What can the user do about this, not much. Don't
forget this is a service you are buying into, you are not buying
the operating system. Have a look at vthe Consumer Licence Agreement
that allows Microsoft to do this..
Microsoft has had to deal with lots
of complaints and enquires, that this system is far to heavy on
the monitoring side. Keypresses, all sorts of input and data are
just a few of the concerns. All that microsoft says, is that the
data is well encrypted and safely deposited away.
If you are fed up with the spying that
continues through operating systems, and windows is probably not
the only one that does this, then you need to do something about
it. You need to look at installing a third party application, such
as webcachekiller. This sort of app will help in erasing the surfing
data before anyone has a chance to see it. Killing the services
that manage the monitoring can also be extremely effective, however
this will also stop some of the more useful services that runs.
Are we now heading for a future when everything is monitored?
If you doubt what goes on in the computer
world of monitoring data, check out the service
agreement which is
well over 10000 words long. Its a long read.
Lets talk about
Cookies are a great way of storing
information on your pc which makes it a convenient way of transfering
this session data from site to site, or between website sessions.
If no cookies are allowed to store this info, it would be problem,
because the user would have to enter the same info time and time
again. for every website visited.
If there's lots of information to deal
with, then a cookie can very handy for each user of the pc.merely
be utilized to determine a given customer. For instance the first
time a consumer visits a site they might select a username that's
stored inside the cookie, in addition to passwords, address info,
web page format. Once the website is visited again, the info will
be retrieved with out it needing to be re-entered. If this is not
needed then you erase googe history by deleting the cookies as well.
The cookie is first created whenever
a brand new webpage is loaded, as soon as the website completes
it's loading, and following that, the webpage would be responsible
for storing the values in its own cookie. if the user decides to
disable cookies from that website, the cookie creation will fail,
and the webpage will then prompt the user to re-enter all the details
How Safe are Cookies?
Cookies are normally safe, that is
until some would be hacker can find a way to exploit them. It will
happen. It is always best to delete the cookies and to not store
the information where it is able to be accessed. However your personal
information can be accessed in just a couple of actions, so they
could turn into a problem.