Whenever you perform an action on your computer — open a file, install a program, visit a webpage — your operating system records it. This logging is done for different purposes, but the most important consequence of this process is that your activities may be recreated quite accurately — even if you think you have been very discreet. If you want to protect yourself from this and be always sure that your privacy is not in jeopardy, clean up you tracks with Advanced Tracks Cleaner!
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Advanced Tracks Cleaner is an ultimate tool that will efficiently cover all of your tracks and will make sure your secrets stay with you.
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