Deleting internet history, some questions.

  ShorN 11:23 30 Jul 2005

Im going through a clear out option trying to clean up my system to prevent the need for a reformat.
Anyway i want to clear all internet history, temp files etc, but i do not want to lose any saved data/passwords.
For example I dont want to have to re-enter all my ebanking passwords and so on.

Whats the best way to go about doing this?

  VoG II 11:26 30 Jul 2005

CleanUp! click here

  Jackcoms 11:28 30 Jul 2005

I think that the best way is to delete EVERYTHING, including your passwords.

To my mind, it's never a wise idea to have your log-in names and passwords saved in Windows.

I keep a separate list of my log-ins and passwords on an external medium (floppy, USB pen drive) just in case my memory falls over!

Having said that, one of the best free clean up tools is click here

  Fruit Bat /\0/\ 11:30 30 Jul 2005

Crap Cleaner click here

  ShorN 17:55 30 Jul 2005

well i used ccleaner, and it seems to do a good job.
However, and im not sure if this is related to teh cleanup that I have done,

but at the moment I am unable to get onto my ebay account, my ebanking accounts, and my isp accounts, they are all giving the
"The page cannot be displayed" error.?

Is this some kinda prob with my system or is it more likely my isp?

any help appreciated! Thanks!

  Jackcoms 18:46 30 Jul 2005

It will not be connected to CCleaner.

How are you trying to get to these 'accounts'?

Are they already in your Favourites or are you typing the full URL?

I've just visited eBay and their site is up and running.

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