Can URL be hidden not to appear under history

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Can a website be viewed without going on to internet history? For example website xample.com should not be in the internet history but as a secret view of that site.

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Answered By 10 points N/A #121472

Can URL be hidden not to appear under history

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Yes, the visited URL can be viewed if it is deleted from internet browser history. You can see the visited websites from Temporary Internet Folder. Temporary internet folder is cache of web browser on your C hard drive used to store the contents of web sites like URL, pictures, Video or audio files that you are visited.

In windows XP the temporary internet folder can be found here

>> Go to My Computer

>> C: drive

>> (username)

>> Local Settings

>> Temporary Internet Files

In Windows Vista and windows Seven

>> Computer

>> C:

>> AppData

>> Local

>> Microsoft

>> Windows

>> Temporary Internet Files

All files can be deleted manually form Temporary Internet Folder. You can’t see files if deleted from this folder.

Answered By 0 points N/A #121474

Can URL be hidden not to appear under history

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In Firefox or IE there is an option of private browsing. By this browser do not save your website history, cookies, active logins, cache, sites data etc.

To do this Just click on Tools > Start Private Browsing or Press Ctrl + Shift + P

This will start private browsing.

See screenshot for IE.

Answered By 562865 points N/A #301416

Can URL be hidden not to appear under history

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What you want to do is browse a website in “private mode.” When you’re browsing “privately,” the URL of the websites you visited will not appear in the browsing history. In this mode, your internet history and all your activities will be removed once you close all private windows. Once all private windows are closed, the following associated data are cleared from the browser:

  • Browsing history
  • Items in cache
  • Cookies
Private browsing

Once you close a tab or window in private browsing, it cannot be recovered from any “Recently closed” list if available in the menu. Here’s how to access or enable private browsing in the following web browsers:

  • Microsoft Internet Explorer – press CTRL + SHIFT + P to enable InPrivate browsing. Alternatively, you can go to “Tools” and then click “InPrivate Browsing.”
  • Mozilla Firefox – the same with Microsoft Internet Explorer press CTRL + SHIFT + P to activate private browsing and open a new private window. Alternatively, you can go to “File” and select “New Private Window.”
  • Opera – press CTRL + SHIFT + N to enable private browsing and open a new private window. Alternatively, you can go to “Menu” and select “New private window.”

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