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How to delete your internet history on IE8

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So your internet experience has started to go slow and all those websites you visited months ago are still coming up in your toolbar? Follow the following steps for a quick and easy way to clean up your internet browser.
What you'll need: 
Windows
IE 8
1: 
Open up Windows Internet Explorer
2: 
In the top right hand corner, select Internet Options. If this is not showing press the alt key on the keyboard and the menu bar will appear. Select Tools/Internet Options
3: 
Under the general tab, under the sub heading Browser history, select the delete button.
4: 
Another screen will appear, select the options you want to clean up. Normally I leave this as default.
5: 
Select the Delete button.
6: 
All done - your internet browser should run a little faster.
Conclusion: 
Internet Explorer remembers every page you go to, which is called caching so next time you go to that website, it doesn't have to download everything again.
Tips: 
Make sure you have bookmarked any site you want to remember

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