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Support we use internet option to clean all the the internet history.
Is there any folder or location to find out evenif we clear it.

In Windows Xp home  OS.
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What browser?

Each one stores the history file in a different location.
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jeevan mathew --
Recent versions of IE store the History in C:\Users\<Username>\AppData\Local\Microsoft\Windows\History .
Or you can just click the History tab in the Favorites|Feeds|History panel at the far right when you have clicked the Star in the upper right.

Temporary Internet Files are in C:\Users\<Username>\AppData\Local\Microsoft\Windows\Temporary Internet Files
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Just in case you were thinking, "could someone learn my browsing history after I clear the directory", the answer could be yes.  The system administrator could take a backup of one's files without the user being aware.  Likely, no.  But the SA or the internet service provider can always reconstruct what took place from an online client, even in incognito mode.
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good info
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