Saving & Deleing wesite from browsing history


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Surajit

This is my first questions to this news group. Kindly bear if the question is
too long.
I’ve Internet Explorer 8.0 in my computer. Recently when I tried to delete
some of the web sites from the browsing history (what I mean by browsing
history, is, the search pane found in the left top most corner of the
window), the entire browsing history got deleted. What I did was Tools >
Delete Browsing History > Delete. (At that time of deleting, the Preserve
Favorites website data, Temporary Internet files, Cookies and History were
checked in). Now I cannot able to store any websites in the browsing history.
Each and every time I have to write the complete address of the websites. No
drop down list appears in the browsing history. My computer is connected with
about 20 other computers through LAN and also through a server in my office.
Earlier what happened, when I access any other computer, the link of these
computers are also coming in the drop down list (which I don’t actually want).
Now I have the following questions
1) How can I store / save website address in the browsing history?
2) If required how can I delete some selective websites (but not all) from
the browsing history.
3) How can I prevent the link of the other computers in the LAN from
entering into the browsing history?
Please Help.
 
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Jack-MVP

Hi
No need to deal for this purpose with Browsing History.
Save he site address as a favorite link by using the Favorites Menu, through
there you can delete later individual slinks.
Otherwise pull down the Tools Menu choose Internet Option. In the general
tab there is section to control the way Browsing History works.
Jack (MS, MVP-Networking)
 
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John Wunderlich

I've Internet Explorer 8.0 in my computer. Recently when I tried
to delete some of the web sites from the browsing history (what I
mean by browsing history, is, the search pane found in the left
top most corner of the window), the entire browsing history got
deleted.
[snip]
2) If required how can I delete some selective
websites (but not all) from the browsing history.

I assume that you mean the history in the Address Window.

Click on the down-arrow at the right of the Address Window. A drop-
down window will pop-up showing your history. Bring the cursor down
until the one you want to delete is highlighted. At the extreme
right of the highlighted line, a small red "X" will appear. Click on
it to delete that entry.

HTH,
John
 
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bouchatte

Surajit said:
This is my first questions to this news group. Kindly bear if the question is
too long.
I’ve Internet Explorer 8.0 in my computer. Recently when I tried to delete
some of the web sites from the browsing history (what I mean by browsing
history, is, the search pane found in the left top most corner of the
window), the entire browsing history got deleted. What I did was Tools >
Delete Browsing History > Delete. (At that time of deleting, the Preserve
Favorites website data, Temporary Internet files, Cookies and History were
checked in). Now I cannot able to store any websites in the browsing history.
Each and every time I have to write the complete address of the websites. No
drop down list appears in the browsing history. My computer is connected with
about 20 other computers through LAN and also through a server in my office.
Earlier what happened, when I access any other computer, the link of these
computers are also coming in the drop down list (which I don’t actually want).
Now I have the following questions
1) How can I store / save website address in the browsing history?
2) If required how can I delete some selective websites (but not all) from
the browsing history.
3) How can I prevent the link of the other computers in the LAN from
entering into the browsing history?
Please Help.
 

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