How to retain privacy with IE11 upgrade?

I recently updated IE11. The version I have now is 11.0.9600.18762.  Before the update, sites I would visit and login to, like Google or EE, those sites would not remember that I had logged in.  Meaning, if I closed all browser windows, then re-opened the browser, I would have to log in again.  I don't like Google or other sites retaining info on my computer or keeping me logged in.  What happened to those settings when I upgraded?  When I go to Google or EE, now, I am still logged in.  I don't want that.  I cannot figure out which settings to change so that Google does not keep me logged in, doesn't store stuff on my computer, doesn't track my history, etc.
wfcrrAsked:
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JohnBusiness Consultant (Owner)Commented:
Go to Control Panel, Internet Options, General and Enable (Check) the flag that says "Delete browsing history on exit"
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wfcrrAuthor Commented:
That's what has me stumped.  I have had that checked all along.  Something seems to have changed in the last couple of days, as I noticed Thursday or Friday that I am still logged in on several sites.  Normally I have to log in, every time I go to those sites, if I have closed all browsers and/or have rebooted the machine.  Now, though, it is like I have that box unchecked, but it is definitely checked.
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JohnBusiness Consultant (Owner)Commented:
These may be sites that store data in Credential Manager. These sites need to be closed by the user. Try doing that and see if, after restart, the sites are still open . Users do have to take care.
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arnoldCommented:
When you say the sites remember you, do your login credentials are reflected on the sites you reference, I.e. Welcome wfcrr, or the login prompt is there.

Memory in web browsing has nothing to do with history, but the cookies you permit,

Under privacy exclude third party cookie setting
This could remedy some. Use privacy option to browse.

The tracking of you is based on your wan ip, whatismyip.com as an example, this is how the various analytics firms that are referenced for the targeted advertisement.

To minimize, you have to exclude these sites from setting cookies, as well as being accessed by you/your browser.
C:\windows\system32\drivers\etc\hosts
This is where you can add the hosts of the analytics/advertising sites referencing 127.0.0.1 this way, you will see broken images, and they will not see a request from your ip.

If not mistaken i.e. Has the fo MIT track option, this option may make you feel better, but it is up to the site to honor your conveyed preference.
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wfcrrAuthor Commented:
@John-where is Credential Manager?
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JohnBusiness Consultant (Owner)Commented:
In Control Panel
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wfcrrAuthor Commented:
I notice in "Generic Credentials" this:

Internet or network address: virtualapp/didlogical
User name: 02shljabbeva
Password: *******
Persistence: Local Machine

What the heck is that?

Other things that look a little odd, but may be normal:

Windows Credentials:
TERMSRV/192.168.x.xxx
User name: CONTUSO\Susie

I am assuming that is from me remoting onto "Susie's" machine?  It has a 2/9 as the "Modified" date and I did remote on to that machine that day.
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JohnBusiness Consultant (Owner)Commented:
Someone (you?) has used your machine to log into something. You can delete these if not being used anymore.
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JohnBusiness Consultant (Owner)Commented:
Virtual PC is not a back door if you are using it.

You still need to properly secure your computer (Anti Virus, firewall) and do not visit dodgy sites.
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wfcrrAuthor Commented:
Ok.

Back to the original question, I notice my EE login is still logged in.  And when I go to Google, I am still  logged in.  What else should I look at? I prefer to not be logged in all the time.
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JohnBusiness Consultant (Owner)Commented:
Just log out when done. Some sites (this one for example) retain your logins between uses.
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wfcrrAuthor Commented:
I wonder if that is a new thing with EE?  Prior to Thursday of last week, I didn't have to log out.
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JohnBusiness Consultant (Owner)Commented:
EE changes (make revisions) to their website once or twice a month. That may be the reason.
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