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Vehicle History Reports

A vehicle history report (VHR), also referred to as a VIN check, VIN number check, or VIN lookup, is a detailed document that provides vehicle information about the history of a particular car, boat, truck or RV. In order to obtain a VHR to verify a car's history, you'll need to know your vehicle identification number (VIN).

Typically companies offer either a free VIN Check, or a more complete paid VIN number lookup.


Using event logs to extract startup and shutdown times

Windows Event Viewer is a wonderful tool which saves all kinds of stuff that is happening in the computer. During each event, the event viewer logs an entry. The event viewer is handled by eventlog service that cannot be stopped or disabled manually, as it is a Windows core service. The event viewer also logs the start and stop times of the eventlog service. We can make use of those times to get an idea of when our computer was started or shut down.

The eventlog service events are logged with two event codes. The event ID 6005 indicates that the eventlog service was started, and the event ID 6009 indicates that the eventlog services were stopped. Let’s go through the complete process of extracting this information from the event viewer.

1. Open Event Viewer (press Win + R and type eventvwr ).

2. In the left pane, open Windows Logs -> System.

3. In the middle pane you will get a list of events that occurred while Windows was running. Our concern is to see only three events. Let’s first sort the event log with Event ID. Click on the Event ID label to sort the data with respect to the Event ID column.

4. If your event log is huge, then the sorting will not work. You can also create a filter from the actions pane on the right side. Just click on “Filter current log.”

5. Type 6005, 6006 in the Event IDs field labeled as <All Event IDs>. You can also specify the time period under Logged.

  • Event ID 6005 will be labeled as “The event log service was started.” This is synonymous with system startup.
  • Event ID 6006 will be labeled as “The event log service was stopped.” This is synonymous with system shutdown.

If you want to investigate the Event log further, you can go through the Event ID 6013 which will display the uptime of the computer, and Event ID 6009 indicates the processor information detected during boot time. Event ID 6008 will let you know that the system started after it was not shut down properly.


Welcome to Get Transcript

There is a new transcript format that better protects your data. This new format partially masks your personally identifiable information. Financial data will remain fully visible to allow for tax preparation, tax representation or income verification. Learn more at About the New Tax Transcript and the Customer File Number.

Caution: The Get Transcript Service is for individual taxpayers to retrieve their own transcripts for their own purposes. Use by any other entities is prohibited.

You can get various Form 1040-series transcript types online or by mail. If you need your prior year Adjusted Gross Income (AGI) to e-file, choose the tax return transcripttype when making your request. To find out how much you owe or to verify your payment history, you can view your tax account.

The method you used to file your tax return, e-file or paper, and whether you had a balance due, affects your current year transcript availability. Note: If you need a photocopy of your return, you must use Form 4506.


Geta - History

Versions History

  • Version 2.48:
    • Added toolbar button to the 'Display QR Code' option.
    • Fixed bug: When using the /SaveDirect command-line option, the 'Visited From' column contained incorrect value.
    • Added 'Copy QR Code' option (Under the Edit menu), which allows you to copy the QR Code image to the clipboard.
    • Updated to work properly in high DPI mode.
    • Added support for Brave Web browser.
    • Added 'Display QR Code' option (Under the View menu): When it's turned on, QR Code of the selected URL is displayed in the lower pane, and you can use QR Code Reader app on your Smartphone to instantly open the URL in the Web browser of your Smartphone.
    • Fixed the /cfg command-line option to load the .cfg file from the current directory if full path is not specified.
    • Added new date/time filter: 'Load history items from the following time range and date range (separately)'. For example. You can search browsing history items that their modified date is between 01/01/2019 - 01/01/2020 and their modified time is between 02:00 - 04:00.
    • Added button on the toolbar to delete Chrome / Firefox history records.
    • Added 'Delete Selected History Records' option (Ctrl+Delete), which allows you to delete individual history records of Chrome and Firefox Web browsers (Including Web browsers that use the same history database of Chrome/Firefox, like Waterfox, SeaMonkey, Vivaldi, and so on. )
    • Other Web browsers are not supported.
    • Added new columns: 'History File' and 'Record ID'.
    • Added 'Double-Click Action' option, which allows you to choose what to do when you double-click on history item - Open properties window or open the URL in Web browser.
    • Added support for Waterfox Web browser.
    • Added option to specify the time range in local time (Instead of GMT).
    • BrowsingHistoryView now automatically detects the Chromium-based Edge Web browser.
    • You can now specify environment variables in the history files of the 'Load history from the specified history files' option.
    • Fixed to work with Firefox 61.0
    • Added support for Pale Moon Web browser.
    • Added new options to the 'Quick Filter' feature.
    • The remote computer name ('Load history from remote computer' option ) is now saved in the .cfg file. Also, you can set the remote computer from command-line with /ComputerName command-line option.
    • Added new option: 'Automatically stop the cache task of IE10/IE11/Edge for unlocking the database file.' If this option is turned on - BrowsingHistoryView automatically stops the 'CacheTask' Scheduled task to unlock the database file of IE10/IE11/Edge (WebCacheV01.dat).
    • When you use the 'Load history from remote computer' option, BrowsingHistoryView will stop the 'CacheTask' Scheduled task on the remote computer, so you'll be able to view the history of IE10/IE11/Edge remotely.
    • Added 'Load history from remote computer' option in 'Advanced Options' window. Be aware that this option works only when you have full admin access to the remote computer. Also, the history of IE10/IE11 is only available before the user logged-on to the system, because after the log-on the history database of IE10/IE11 is locked.
    • Fixed bug: 'Copy Selected Items' worked improperly when setting the 'Unicode/Ascii Save Mode' to 'Always UTF-8'.
    • Added 'Visit Type' column for Chrome and Firefox Web browsers. (Link, Typed URL, Bookmark, and so on)
    • Added 'Quick Filter' feature (View -> Use Quick Filter or Ctrl+Q). When it's turned on, you can type a string in the text-box added under the toolbar and BrowsingHistoryView will instantly filter the history table, showing only lines that contain the string you typed.
    • Fix bug: When using /SaveDirect command-line option, the file was always saved according to the default encoding, instead of using the selected encoding in Options -> Save File Encoding.
    • Added support for Vivaldi Web browser.
    • When 'Load history from the specified profiles folder' option is selected, the folders combo-box is filled with the profiles folders stored in shadow copies of your hard drive. When loading history from shadow copies, you may find history items older than what you can find in your current system.
    • Added secondary sorting support: You can now get a secondary sorting, by holding down the shift key while clicking the column header. Be aware that you only have to hold down the shift key when clicking the second/third/fourth column. To sort the first column you should not hold down the Shift key.
    • Fixed bug: BrowsingHistoryView crashed when using the find option while the last item was selected.
    • You can now choose the desired encoding (ANSI, UTF-8, UTF-16) to save the csv/xml/text/html files. (Under the Options menu)
    • Added new option to the 'Advanced Options' window: Load only URLs contain one of the specified strings (comma-delimited list).
    • Added new option to the 'Advanced Options' window: Don't load URLs that contain one of the specified strings (comma-delimited list).
    • The 'Web Browser' column now displays 'Internet Explorer 10/11 / Edge' for items of IE10/IE11/Edge (In previous versions it displayed 'Internet Explorer 10')
    • Added support for Yandex Web browser.
    • The properties window is now larger and resizable.
    • Added option to skip duplicate URLs that their visit time difference is less than xx seconds. (In 'Advanced Options' window) Sometimes, A web browser may record a Web page visit multiple times with a difference of a few seconds, even when the Web page was visited only once. This option allows you to hide these duplicate history records.
    • Added support for Microsoft Edge/Project Spartan (On Windows 10).
    • Fixed issue: When Internet Explorer 10/11 was opened by multiple users, BrowsingHistoryView displayed all history records of IE 10/11 multiple times.
    • Fixed issue: When loading large amount of history items, some actions, like selecting items and copying selected items to the clipboard were very slow.
    • Added 'Typed Count' column (Only relevant to Chrome Web browser).
    • Fixed issue: On some systems, BrowsingHistoryView failed to read the history of IE10/IE11 from WebCacheV01.dat
    • BrowsingHistoryView now detects the portable version of Firefox if it's running in the background.
    • Added 'URL Length' column.
    • Added 'Load history items from the last xx minutes' to the 'Advanced Options' window.
    • Fixed bug: BrowsingHistoryView failed to remember the last size/position of the main window if it was not located in the primary monitor.
    • Added support for Opera (Version 15 or later).
    • Added 'Browser Profile' column, which displays the folder name of the Web browser profile (For Firefox and Chrome Web browsers).
    • Added 'Save Configuration To File' and 'Load Configuration From File' options.
    • Fixed bug: When getting history information from a remote computer and both local computer and remote computer have IE10 or IE11, BrowsingHistoryView displayed the IE10/IE11 history of the local computer. (Be aware that BrowsingHistoryView cannot display the IE10/IE11 history of a remote computer while the WebCacheV01.dat file on the remote computer is locked)
    • Fixed to find the correct item when typing the string you want to search into the main List View.
    • Added 'Load history from the specified history files' option in the 'Advanced Options' window.
    • Fixed bug from v1.43: BrowsingHistoryView stopped working on Windows 2000.
    • Fixed to display date/time values according to daylight saving time settings.
    • Added /cfg command-line option, which instructs BrowsingHistoryView to use a config file in another location instead if the default config file, for example:
      BrowsingHistoryView.exe /cfg "%AppData%BrowsingHistoryView.cfg"
    • Fixed a bug with displaying IDN URLs (URLs containing non-English characters) from Firefox history.
    • Added new data source in the 'Advanced Options' window: Load history from the specified custom folders. In this option, you can select the correct AppData folder, Local AppData folder, and the History folder of the profile you want to inspect.
    • Fixed the problem with the 'Advanced Options' window on Windows 2000.
    • Added 'Show Advanced Options On Start' option. You can turn off this option if you don't want that the 'Advanced Options' window will appear on every time that you run BrowsingHistoryView.
    • Improved the detection of AppData and Local AppData folders when reading the history from external drive.
    • Added secondary sorting: When clicking the 'Web Browser' column header, the list is sorted by the 'Web Browser' column, and then by the 'Visit Time' column.
    • Added option to get the history from Internet Explorer API, instead of reading the file directly. (Available only when loading the history of the current user).
    • Added improved support for Internet Explorer 10, which works smoothly and doesn't require to run BrowsingHistoryView as administrator. There is no need to execute BrowsingHistoryView with any additinal command-line option in order to read the locked file of IE10 (WebCacheV24.dat or WebCacheV01.dat), and the /UseVolumeShadowCopy command-line option added on v1.15 was removed from this version.
      Be aware that during browsing on IE10, you may get corrupted history result, because the database is not fully flushed to the disk.
      Also, be aware that BrowsingHistoryView cannot read a locked IE10 file on a remote network system.
    • Fixed bug: BrowsingHistoryView failed to load Firefox profile located on a drive letter which is different from the drive letter where the Windows profiles (c:users . ) are located.
    • Fixed the flickering appeared while scrolling the history items.
    • Fixed bug: When exporting browser history data with /SaveDirect command-line option, BrowsingHistoryView added byte order mark of Unicode, while the file was saved as Ascii.
    • BrowsingHistoryView now reads the history of all profiles from Chrome and Chrome Canary Web browsers.
    • Fixed bug: BrowsingHistoryView displayed corrupted URLs from partially deleted records of Internet Explorer history file.
    • Added support for Chrome Canary and SeaMonkey Web browsers.
    • Added 'Mark Odd/Even Rows' option, under the View menu. When it's turned on, the odd and even rows are displayed in different color, to make it easier to read a single line.
    • Fixed bug: BrowsingHistoryView failed to read some of the history items of Internet Explorer 10.
    • Added support for Internet Explorer 10 (WebCacheV24.dat or WebCacheV01.dat). There are some limitations and problems with this version of Internet Explorer. See the 'Internet Explorer 10 Support' section for more information.
    • Added 'Visited From' column (Only for Firefox and Chrome), which displays the URL that the user has visited prior to the Web page specified under the URL column.
    • Fixed BrowsingHistoryView to display the Web page title for Internet Explorer Web browser.
    • Added 'Copy URLs' option (Ctrl+U)
    • Added 'Open URL In Web Browser' option.
    • BrowsingHistoryView now reads the profiles.ini file of Firefox to get the correct profile folders.

    System Requirements

    • Internet Explorer (Version 4.00 and greater)
    • Mozilla Firefox (Version 3.00 and greater)
    • Microsoft Edge
    • Google Chrome
    • Safari
    • Opera (Version 15 or later, which is based on Chrome Web browser)

    Known Limitations and Problems

    • 'Visit Count' on Internet Explorer Web browser: The 'Visit Count' column is taken "as is" from the history file of Internet Explorer. Unfortunately, Internet Explorer tend to extremely bloat the 'Visit Count' number, which means that you cannot assume that the 'Visit Count' number represents the actual number of times that the user visited the specified Web site. This remark is only relevant for Internet Explorer. Other Web browsers count the number of visits properly, as far as I know.
    • Limitations and problems with reading the history of IE10, IE11 and Microsoft Edge: Version 10 and 11 of Internet Explorer stores the history data inside WebCacheV01.dat, and this file is locked by the operating system most of the time, even when IE is closed.
      In order to unlock the history database file, you should turn on the 'Automatically stop the cache task of IE10/IE11/Edge' option. If you use the 'Load history from remote computer' option - BrowsingHistoryView will stop the cache task of IE10/IE11/Edge on the specified remote system, so you'll be able to see the history of IE10/IE11/Edge remotely.

    Start Using BrowsingHistoryView

    After you run BrowsingHistoryView, the 'Advanced Options' window is displayed. By default, BrowsingHistoryView offers you to load the history of all Web browsers and all user profiles in the last 10 days, but you can change the options according to your needs.

    After pressing 'Ok' in the 'Advanced Options' window, BrowsingHistoryView loads and displays the browsing history according to the options you chose.

    The 'Advanced Options' Window

    • Filter by visit date/time: Allows you to load the history from the last number of days/hours, or from specific date/time range.
    • Web Browsers: BrowsingHistoryView will load the history only from the selected Web browsers. For example, if you want to only get the browsing history of Internet Explorer, then you need to select the 'Internet Explorer' check-box and deselect all others.
    • Load history from: Allows you to choose the data source of the browsing history:
      • Load history from the current running system (All users): If you choose this option, BrowsingHistoryView scans all the user profiles on your system (C:Documents and Settings or C:Users) and loads the history data from them.
        Be aware that the Registry file of every user profile (NTUSER.DAT) should be readable, because BrowsingHistoryView uses the Registry file to locate the correct history file/folder of every Web browser. If BrowsingHistoryView cannot read NTUSER.DAT, it'll try to locate the correct folders in other less reliable ways.
      • Load history from the current running system (Only current user): If you choose this option, BrowsingHistoryView loads only the browsing history of the current logged-on user.
      • Load history from the specified profiles folder: If you choose this option, BrowsingHistoryView scans all the user profiles under the specified folder. The specified folder should be something like H:Documents and Settings (On Windows XP) or H:Users (On Windows 7/2008/Vista/8).
        Be aware that the Registry file of every user profile (NTUSER.DAT) should be readable, because BrowsingHistoryView uses the Registry file to locate the correct history file/folder of every Web browser. If BrowsingHistoryView cannot read NTUSER.DAT, it'll try to locate the correct folders in other less reliable ways.
      • Load history from the specified profile: If you choose this option, BrowsingHistoryView loads the history from the specified profile folder. The specified profile folder should be something like H:Documents and SettingsAdministrator (On Windows XP) or H:UsersAdministrator (On Windows 7/2008/Vista/8).
      • Load history from the specified custom folders: If you choose this option, you should specify the following folders of the user profile you want to load: History (e.g: C:Usersuser01AppDataLocalMicrosoftWindowsHistory ), App Data (e.g: C:Usersuser01AppDataRoaming), Local App Data (e.g: C:Usersuser01AppDataLocal)
      • Load history from the specified history files: If you choose this option, you have to specify the history file of every Web browser that you want to load.
      • Load history from remote computer: Allows you to load the browsing history from remote computer on your network. Be aware that this option works only when you have full admin access to the remote computer. If you want to view the history of IE10/IE11/Edge Web browser, you have to turn on the following option: 'Automatically stop the cache task of IE10/IE11/Edge for unlocking the database file.'

      Reading Older History From Shadow Copies

      Command-Line Options

      Visit Time") if you want to sort in descending order. You can put multiple /sort in the command-line if you want to sort by multiple columns.

      Examples:
      BrowsingHistoryView.exe /shtml "f: emphistory.html" /sort 2 /sort

      • 1 - Load history from the current running system (All users).
      • 2 - Load history from the current running system (Only current user).
      • 3 - Load history from the specified profiles folder (/HistorySourceFolder command-line parameter).
      • 4 - Load history from the specified profile (/HistorySourceFolder command-line parameter).
      • 5 - Load history from the specified custom folders (/CustomFolderAppData , /CustomFolderIEHistory , /CustomFolderLocalAppData).
      • 6 - Load history from the specified history files (/CustomFiles.IEFolders , /CustomFiles.IE10Files , /CustomFiles.FirefoxFiles, /CustomFiles.ChromeFiles , /CustomFiles.SafariFiles ).
      • 7 - Load history from remote computer (Use with /ComputerName command-line parameter).
      • 1 - Load history from any date/time.
      • 2 - Load history from the last xx hours (xx specified in /VisitTimeFilterValue)
      • 3 - Load history from the last xx days (xx specified in /VisitTimeFilterValue)
      • 4 - Load history from the specified date/time range (The time range is specified in /VisitTimeFrom and /VisitTimeTo)

      Here's some command-line examples:
      BrowsingHistoryView.exe /HistorySource 4 /HistorySourceFolder "H:Documents and SettingsUser01" /stab "c: emphistory.txt"
      BrowsingHistoryView.exe /HistorySource 3 /HistorySourceFolder "G:Documents and Settings" /VisitTimeFilterType 3 /VisitTimeFilterValue 10 /scomma "c: emphistory.csv"
      BrowsingHistoryView.exe /HistorySource 1 /LoadIE 1 /LoadFirefox 0 /LoadChrome 0 /LoadSafari 0 /shtml "c: emphistory.html"
      BrowsingHistoryView.exe /HistorySource 2 /VisitTimeFilterType 4 /VisitTimeFrom "01-01-2011 00:00:00" /VisitTimeTo "01-01-2012 00:00:00" /stab "c: emphistory.txt"

      Be aware that you can use any variable stored in tne .cfg file as command-line parameter, even if it's not specified in the above command-line list.


      The State of NJ site may contain optional links, information, services and/or content from other websites operated by third parties that are provided as a convenience, such as Google™ Translate. Google™ Translate is an online service for which the user pays nothing to obtain a purported language translation. The user is on notice that neither the State of NJ site nor its operators review any of the services, information and/or content from anything that may be linked to the State of NJ site for any reason. -Read Full Disclaimer

      The Office of Student Protection Unit (OSP) conducts criminal background checks of applicants for positions in New Jersey's public schools, private schools for students with disabilities, charter schools, and nonpublic schools, as well as for authorized vendors and authorized school bus contractors, by working through the New Jersey State Police (NJSP) and the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI).

      Read this before you apply&hellip

      To complete this application, a Microsoft internet browser like Internet Explorer or Edge is recommended. All other operating systems and internet browsers are unreliable with this program. Do not use Smart phones, tablets, iPads or other mobile devices.

      There are three different types of applications to select from to complete the Criminal History record check. Please read the descriptions below to determine which of the applications is correct for you.

      If:

      You have never worked for a school, a bus contractor, or a vendor, or

      You were fingerprinted by Office of Student Protection before March 2003, and are changing school districts, bus contractors or vendors, or

      You were originally fingerprinted as a College Student or as a Volunteer and paid a reduced fingerprinting fee, or

      You were previously disqualified by Office of Student Protection and have had your criminal record expunged&hellip

      Then you are a new applicant.

      You were fingerprinted and approved by Office of Student Protection after February 2003, and are changing school districts or vendors or

      You are a school bus driver renewing your "S" endorsement and were fingerprinted and approved after February 2003 &hellip

      Then you are an archive applicant.

      You were fingerprinted and approved by Office of Student Protection after March 2003, and

      You were fingerprinted for a substitute or bus driver position, and

      You have been employed in a substitute position continuously by a school or vendor since the first year your criminal history approval was issued, and you can provide a Verification of Employment memo .

      Then you are a transfer applicant.


      Delete an item from your history

      You can delete certain parts of your history. To search for something specific, use the search bar at the top.

      1. On your computer, open Chrome.
      2. At the top right, click More .
      3. Click HistoryHistory.
      4. Check the box next to each item that you want to remove from your History.
      5. At the top right, click Delete.
      6. Confirm by clicking Remove.

      Remove an image from New Tab page

      To see the sites you visit most, open a new tab. To remove an image, point to it and click Remove .


      The Opera browser has a very straightforward interface for viewing and editing your history.

      View your browsing history in Opera

      In an Opera browser window, click the Opera menu button in the upper-left corner of the window and choose History to open the History tab. Or, use the keyboard shortcut Ctrl + H .

      Clear your browsing history in Opera

        as described above and click Clear browsing data.
    • In the Obliterate the following items from drop-down menu, choose how far back in time you want to clear your history. To clear everything, choose the beginning of time.
    • Check the boxes next to the specific types of history you want to clear.
    • Click Clear browsing data.

    • U.S. Census Data and Statistics

      The United States Census Bureau provides data about the nation&rsquos people and economy. Every 10 years, it conducts the Population and Housing Census, in which every resident in the United States is counted. The agency also gathers data through more than 100 other surveys of households and businesses every one to five years. You can explore the results of the surveys or find popular quick facts.

      The 2020 Census ended in October, 2020. Take a look back at the process.

      How is data from the census used?

      Your responses can help determine how much funding your local community will receive for public services. Census population data is used to divide the seats in the U.S. House of Representatives among the 50 states. It can also be used to draw boundaries for state legislative and school districts.

      Besides using census data for the benefit of public services, you can also use it for genealogical research. To protect the privacy of people who respond to the U.S. Census, all records are kept confidential for 72 years. Find out what genealogical information is available and where you can access it.

      What statistics can I get from the census?

      Get population and demographic information about the country, individual states, and more:

      Zoom in and sort census data with interactive maps.

      See U.S. and world population estimates changing live with the Population Clock.

      View age and sex data to understand population change over time.

      How can I see the results of the census?

      Review all of the surveys and their data conducted by the Bureau:

      Do I have to respond to the census?

      By law, everyone is required to be counted in the census. If you don&rsquot respond, the U.S. Census Bureau will follow up with you in person by visiting your home.


      How to erase your history in any browser

      The browsing history options, as seen here in Microsoft Edge, are usually easy to find. David Nield

      No matter what browser you prefer, they all make it relatively easy to delete your history within a few minutes.

      In Google Chrome, click the three dots to the right of the address bar to open the menu, then choose Settings. Scroll down to Privacy & Security, then Clear browsing data. Make your choices from the list, set the time period you’d like to clear, then click the Clear data button. Note: If you’ve set the browser to sync with other computers via your Google account, clearing your history will also erase data across all the other devices where you’ve signed into Chrome. Clicking into Advanced will give you more options for deleting data including the saved passwords you have in your browser.

      Those using Mozilla Firefox should click the three horizontal lines to the right of the address bar to open the Firefox menu, then pick Options. Click Privacy & Security and then scroll down to the Cookies & Site Data section. Here, you can clear your data completely or manage your data to have more control over what gets deleted. You can also check the box that clears your browsing data every time you close Firefox if you don’t want to have to worry about doing it manually.

      If you’re using Apple Safari on macOS, you can blitz your browsing history by opening the Safari menu and clicking Clear History. Choose the time period you want to erase from the drop-down menu, then click Clear History to confirm the action. When you clear your history in Safari, you won’t get the option to delete different types of data, so it will wipe your cookies and cached files along with your history.

      Windows 10 users who are using Microsoft Edge browser a whirl can also clear their browsing history. Click the three dots to the right of the address bar, then pick Settings from the menu that appears. In the Privacy, search and services tab, find Clear browsing data and click Choose what to clear. Next, make your choices from the list, which includes browsing history and cached data, then click Clear.

      Opera lets you simply select data types and then delete them. David Nield/Popular Science

      If you’re still running Internet Explorer, you can clear your browsing history by clicking the cog icon in the top-right corner, then choosing Internet options. On the subsequent dialog box, open the General tab and click Delete under Browsing history. Then pick your data types and click Delete to finish the operation.

      Finally, in the Windows version of the popular third-party browser Opera, click Menu in the top left of the screen. Then hit History and Clear browsing data to find the right dialog box. Choose your types of data, specify your time period, and click Clear data. On macOS, Opera requires a slightly different process: Open the menu and select Clear browsing data. You’ll end up with the same history-clearing options—types of data, time period, etc.—that you would get in the Windows version. Hit Clear browsing data and you’re done.

      David Nieldis a tech journalist from the UK who has been writing about gadgets and apps since way before the iPhone and Twitter were invented. When he's not busy doing that, he usually takes breaks from all things tech with long walks in the countryside.


      Watch the video: David Guetta. United at Home - Dubai Edition (July 2022).


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