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history file

Posted on 2005-03-07
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where can i find the file that stores the history of visited sites or opened files in win2k ?
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by:Nirmal Sharma
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Generally it is stored in Index.dat in user's profile but there is no built-in interpretor in Windows 2000 that can be used to retreive a list of URLs.
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by:Danny Child
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if you're after just clearing this, Tweak UI (a ms download) offers this on it's Paranoia tab...
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