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PCBooster Free Browser Cleaner
PCBooster Free Browser Cleaner
PCBooster Free Browser Cleaner
Erase Internet Traces to Prevent Privacy Leak
  • Clean IE, Chrome, Firefox, Safari & Opera;
  • Delete browser history, cookies, cache;
  • Remove temp files, autocomplete info & saved form data;
  • Clear download history;
  • Compatible with Windows Vista/7/8/8.1/10;
  • Free & easy to use. No hidden cost, no nothing!
Quick Guide for Browser Cleaning

Q01: What are the benefits of PCBooster Free Browser Cleaner?

A: Protects your privacy on your system and the Internet;
Improves your Internet surfing speeds;
Improves the speed of your computer system;
Recovers and maximizes valuable hard drive space;
Boost your system performance.

Q02: What does PCBooster Free Browser Cleaner do?

A: PCBooster Free Browser Cleaner is designed to protect you by cleaning up all the unwanted history data on your computer. With only one click, PCBooster Free Browser Cleaner utility allows you to erase the cache, cookies, history, typed URLs and much more.

Q03: Why should you use our software?

A: Some files created by the browser and other popular applications often contain confidential information, which can tell a lot about the user. Therefore, if you care about your privacy and would like to protect this information from falling into somebody else's hands, make sure to clean up your system from time to time - especially if you are an active Internet user. And, our free privacy protector is just on your target.

Q04: Why do I need to clean my internet history?

A: It has become important nowadays to protect your privacy especially if you are sharing your PC with someone else. You would definitely not want your boss, administrator, colleagues or family members to figure out what work you were doing or which sites you have visited. Your computer is like a recording machine that records almost all the activities that you perform on it like visited sites, typed URLs, cache, cookies, recently run documents and many more. PCBooster Free Browser Cleaner helps you to clear all the traces of your recent activities on your computer and maintain your privacy even on shared computer.

Q05: What is Secure Erasing?

A: When you delete a file from Windows, Windows just mark the file as deleted in file allocation table, but the data of the file is still in your hard disk, there are many tools available which can let others easily recover your sensitive files. PCBooster Free Browser Cleaner can overwrite file with character zeros, ones and random numbers.

PCBooster Free Browser Cleaner implements the US Department of Defense DOD 5220.22-M and NSA clearing and sanitizing standard, once deleted with this privacy cleaner tool, your file data is gone forever and cannot be recovered.

Q06: Why do the some browser history still there after erasing?

A: You should close all the browser windows before erasing, because the files cannot be erased when they are in use. For MSN, AOL and Netscape, even you close all their windows, they may still be active. To close them completely, please check the system tray (lower right area of the screen) to see if there are their icons. When found, click on it to close the application.

Q07: Why the index.dat file still exist after I erase them?

A: Index.dat stores information about what websites you have visited and what cookies have been saved, the index.dat files are always locked by the system when Windows is running and cannot be deleted. You need to reboot your computer, PCBooster Free Browser Cleaner overwrites these index.dat files with blank characters, others can see nothing useful form these files after erasing, so you do not have to worry about it.

Q08: Why wipe the Recycle Bin?

A: Because 94% of computers have a privacy risk! Anyone who has access to your computer can view your Internet history and files, including email, pictures, movies, and online chats. Your wife, kids, boss and even hackers could find this info!

Q09: Can cookies threaten users' privacy?

A: Cookies are stored on the computer's hard drive. They cannot access the hard drive - so a cookie can't read other information saved on the hard drive, or get a user's e-mail address etc. They only contain and transfer to the server as much information as the users themselves have disclosed to a certain web site.

A server cannot set a cookie for a domain that it is not a member of. In spite of this, users quite often find in their computer files cookies from web sites that they have never visited. These cookies are usually set by companies that sell internet advertising on behalf of other web sites. Therefore it may be possible that users' information is passed to third party web sites without the users' knowledge or consent, such as information on surfing habits. This is the most common reason for people rejecting or fearing cookies.

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