From InfoWorks Technology Company
Did you know that Windows maintains an unseen history of all of your PC activities, including files you have opened, websites visited, e-mails sent, logins and passwords, etc? It is important to understand that even having taken steps to delete files, cookies, search terms, browser history, etc., your data and activity remains on your PC “unseen. This leaves a history of all of your PC activity available to anyone who may currently have or someday gain access to your computer, be it family, employer, colleague, legal, PC maintenance, shared network, wireless network, or hacker sources. In addition, when you are on the Internet, you may have downloaded intrusive devices such as cookies, bugs, and spyware onto your computer. The intrusive devices may strike at any time. These problems raise not just privacy concerns but serious security issues as well.
ACT NOW! PROTECT YOUR PC PRIVACY
To truly erase this information off of the hard drive requires a deeper professional cleaning of your computer that is provided by History Sweeper software. History Sweeper is very simple and quick to use, and can provide you with the peace-of-mind of knowing that your personal activity and information will remain private and protected.
USE REGULARLY TO IMPROVE SYSTEM PERFORMANCE
By maintaining this history of all your PC activity and deleted files, the performance of your PC is impacted with less efficient use of the disk space and disk mapping. History Sweeper serves as a very beneficial general PC maintenance program, saving storage space, allowing more efficient mapping, and improving the performance of your PC in the process.
Instructions for use
1. What items does History Sweeper clean up?
The sweeping items include:
Content Temporary Files; History Files; Cookies; Auto Complete Password; Auto Complete Form Data (including your search term; AOL ; MSN; FireFox; Google Toolbar, MSN Toolbar, and Yahoo Toolbar histories.
Document History; Windows Find History; Windows Run History; Temporary Files; Recycle Bin; Network History; and Last Logon User.
Microsoft office (Word, Power Point, Excel, and Access); Windows Media Player; RealPlayer (including RealOne Player); and Adobe Acrobat Reader.
You can also define custom locations for sweeping.
2. How do I start History Sweeper?
After the installation, History Sweeper starts with Windows by default. When it is started, you will see the icon in the system tray. If you do not want History Sweeper to start with Windows automatically, uncheck Auto Start with Windows in the Settings in the control panel of History Sweeper.
To start History Sweeper manually: Start->Programs or All Programs->History Sweeper.
3. How do I start a sweeping process?
Two ways to start the sweeping process:
- Click on Sweep Now in the Settings section in the Sweeping Control Panel or