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Clear IE addressbar for winME/2k?

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How would i clear all saved items in the IE dropdown addressbar (combobox) in WinME/2k for the current user as well as for any other logged on user?
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you have to:

1. delete all the files and subfolders int then:
        -   c:\windows\cookies
        -   c:\windows\history\...\
        -   c:\windows\temporary internet files
2. delete all values from the key
HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Internet Explorer\TypedURLs
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by:xenfung
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thanks, that will get me started :)
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glad that i can help
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