Few days back, we told you about completely deleting your Google search history from the browser. It means anyone can easily delete the traces of his web activity using certain steps. Well, to be honest, one could still recover them but that won’t be easy.
Deleting cookies and browser history is advisable if you are not on your own PC. But if it’s your computer and someone else is using it for a while, then you may not want to get rid of all the cookies and history. This article talks about the ways to prevent a user from deleting them in Internet Explorer.
There are two options to start with. First is to create another user account. Deleting web history in that account won’t affect your account.
If the above method is not feasible then you could always do it by editing the Windows group policy editor and that’s what we are going to discuss in detail.
Here are the steps.
1. To edit the group policy editor settings, click on Start button. Type gpedit.msc in the search box and press enter.
Last updated on 02 February, 2022
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