Evidence Eraser delete internet activity Free Download
Shareware: You can try this program, but this version has some limited features or time usage restrictions. You should purchase it in order to remove those limits.
Every move you make on the Web leaves footprints which consume valuable disk space and put your privacy and identity at risk.
Evidence Eraser can completely remove all traces of your Internet activity and protect sensitive information while improving your computers performance.
Evidence Eraser thoroughly scrubs dozens of areas on your hard drive, removing and permanently shredding unnecessary files and protecting your privacy.
Cover Your Tracks, Protect Your Privacy. When you delete an email, others can read it, when you close your web browser, the sites you've been surfing don't disappear forever, others can view them.
Every move you make on your computer, including all of your email and Internet activity, is being recorded whether you realize it or not.
If someone else has access to the computer you use, such as a friend, a boss, a co-worker or a spouse, they can see every single thing you've done on that computer and they don't even have to know much about technology to accomplish such a feat. By simply using one of many common software applications available online, almost anyone can retrace every computer move you've ever made.
Without Evidence Eraser evidence-erasing software, a person can look at every single website yo've ever visited, every email you've ever sent or received, and every movie or music file you've ever watched or downloaded.
Do you really want someone knowing every single thing you've ever done on your computer, if you don't take measures to protect yourself, that's exactly what can happen.
Evidence Eraser can provide you with the protection and privacy you deserve. When you run Evidence Eraser, it will scan your entire computer and will show you all of the emails, chat logs, Internet histories, audio and video files, deleted files, search histories, clipboard data, cookies, password files, image files and other information you probably never even realized was on your hard drive.