N/APosted on - 02/01/2012
I need an immediate solution on my problem with my e-mails. The issue started when I have deleted all my e-mails on Outlook and Windows Live Mail. However, I am just wondering why my emails are keep on appearing on the search results whenever I search something on the search bar of my Windows Vista PC.
I am very sure that the e-mails were mine, but I am puzzled where they come from where in fact, I already removed it and why it keeps on appearing on the search results. I tried to remove the Windows Live Mail, but it still didn’t fix the problem. I am getting frustrated on these e-mails, and I want to delete them forever.
Do you have any idea where I might save them?
Can anyone advise me on how to permanently delete these e-mails?
Deleted mails keep appearing during search
If you are pretty sure that you have delete all the emails and that there are no other copies hidden or placed anywhere in the system then there is no need to worry about that.
The main reason why they appear is because these file locations are stored in the cache and in the registry files of the computer so whenever you do a search, they come. This is exactly the same thing as when you delete something but it still appears in the Recent File options.
The only thing to do is to go to documents and settings and locals and deleting the temp folder.
You can also do this automatically by downloading the Ccleaner from internet and after installing it run the Cleaner. it will remove all the unwanted files and registry entries from your pc.