Browser Cleaner is an easy to use software that protects your privacy by erasing all the traces of your Internet activity. It completely erases your Internet Browser history, cookies, temporary internet files(cache), typed URLs(the drop down addr...
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Browser Eraser 1.1 Browser Eraser is the solution to protect your privacy. With only one click you can erase all the history tracks safely and completely.
Vista Startup Cleaner 1.1 Vista Startup Cleaner is a program that provides you the possibility to manage the Windows startup procedure. this Vista Startup Cleaner also offers you the possibility to control which programs automatically start up and more.
Description: Browser Cleaner is an easy to use software that protects your privacy by erasing all the traces of your Internet activity. It completely erases your Internet Browser history, cookies, temporary internet files(cache), typed URLs(the drop down address list), AutoComplete, recent document list, recycle bin, index.dat files and more. this Browser Cleaner also allows you to choose which of these items to clear and which to keep. An unique feature of this Browser Cleaner is the Save State/Restore State capability, which allows you to leave the computer in exactly the same state as it was, so that no one could understand you have used such a program. This is useful, as people who use your computer will not wonder where all their history, cookies, recent files etc. have gone.
Browser History Cleaner 4.6 Browser History Cleaner is a freeware history cleaner software that protects your Internet privacy by cleaning up all the tracks of your Internet and computer activities. Do you
Ainvo History Cleaner 184.108.40.2061 This popular free application perfectly clears the history of your programs. Thousands of people use it to keep their confidential information in secret. Thank you for using our
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