Keep others from knowing you have visited a site.

Your web browser keeps a history of the sites that you visit. By using the history file someone can determine which sites have been visited. To keep others from knowing you have visited a site, it is necessary to clear the History file (also known as the Cache file in your web browser.

The following procedure will clear the history and cache files from Internet Explorer 4.0 and above on a PC. Most people use Internet Explorer but if you are using another browser then follow the help section in your browser to clear your history (or cache) files.

Procedure to clear your history and cache file in Internet Explorer:

1-Save this page in your favorites.
2-Close your web browser, then re-open it.
3-Select favorites and then select Southern Cooking (this page).
4-Select "Internet Options" under the "View" or "Tools" option (depending on the version you are running) on the toolbar.
5-Under the "General" folder under "Internet Options", there is a section called "History". Change the "Days to keep pages in History:" to 0 and click the "Clear History" button.
3. Click "Apply" at the bottom of the "Internet Options" box, then click "OK"
4. To double check that everything is cleared, click the "History" button on the web browser toolbar - it should be empty. Also, click the arrow on the right of the URL Address box - it should be empty as well.

Internet Explorer 4.0 and above for Macintosh

1-Save this page in your favorites.
2-Close your web browser, then re-open it.
3-Select favorites and then select Southern Cooking (this page).
4-In Internet Explorer 4 or above, open the Edit menu, and then click on Preferences.
5-Double click on "Web Browser" until the list drops down.
6-Select "Advanced."
7-You will see a box called "Cache," and click on "Empty Now" button.
8-Click "OK," then Quit from Internet Explorer and restart your computer if you need to.