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Complete Internet Cleanup Pro 3.1.0 Utility to erase your Internet tracks by clearing the Cache, Cookies and History including index.dat files. It can also display the contents of index.dat files.Additionally delete typed URLs, user names, passwords, etc.
Description: Complete Internet Cleanup is a multiple award-winning utility to delete your Internet tracks. All your Internet traces are logged to index.dat files and deleting Cache, Cookies and History does not delete index.dat files. Complete Internet Cleanup deletes index.dat files. Furthermore Complete Internet Cleanup removes auto complete web forms (user names, passwords, etc.), typed URLs and Internet Explorer plugins. Complete Internet Cleanup is also a utility to help running your PC faster by removing Windows junk files. This lite version contains all the features of the pro version with the exception of the index.dat viewer. Delete MS Internet Explorer index.dat files including Internet Cookies including Temporary Internet Files, Cookies and History. Remove MS Internet Explorer typed URLs, webforms (typed credit card number, passwords, etc.) and plugins. Delete Mozilla cache, cookies and history. Clear Mozilla web forms (typed credit card number, passwords, etc.) and typed URLs. Delete Java cache and other temporary files. Clear the MRU (Most Recently Used) files list. Clear Windows pagefile (swapfile). Remove old prefetch files. Empty Recycle Bin. Remove Windows Run history. Remove Windows Search history. Delete the contents of Windows Temp folder.
PCMesh Internet Cleanup Lite 3.1.0 Erase your Internet tracks by clearing the Cache, Cookies and History including index.dat files. Additionally delete the typed URLs, user names, passwords, etc. PCMesh Internet
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