Hide Your Web Visit

Steps to erase internet history are different for each browser (Internet Explorer, Firefox, etc
If you type in the shelter in a search engine, you will have to delete the history entirely

If possible, mail a direct link to yourself on a safe account like hotmail.com.
Click on the link from the email to open the web page. It won’t leave the typed address in the URL bar or a search engine bar. Then delete the site from the regular history using the following steps:

For Microsoft Internet Explorer:
1. In the top left corner are 2 circles with arrows, and a small black triangle beside them. Click on the black triangle.
2. Click on History.
3. Click on Today.
4. Right click on the site address you want to delete.
5. Click on Delete.
6. Click on Yes.
7. Close window.

For Mozilla Firefox:
1. Click on History at top of screen.
2. Click on Show in sidebar.
3. Right click on site to be deleted.
4. Click on Delete.
5. Close window.

***The following will delete all browser history. Open other web pages afterwards to avoid suspicion.

For Microsoft Internet Explorer:
1. Click on Tools at the top of the screen.
2. Click on Internet options.
3. Click on General tab
4. Under Browsing History, click delete.
5. Temporary internet files: click delete.
6. Cookies: click delete.
7. History: click delete.
8. Close browser window.

For Mozilla Firefox:
1. Click on Tools at the top of the screen.
2. Click on Clear private data.
3. Select Browser history and Cache
4. Click on Clear private data now.

For Netscape:
1. Click on Edit at the top of the screen.
2. Click on Preferences.
3. Click on Navigator in the left hand box.
4. Click on History and Clear history in lower right corner.
5. Below that, click on Clear location.
6. On the left side, click Advanced then Cache.

Always double check to make sure history is gone.

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