Simply put, History Adds Up! If you surf the net on a regular basis and do not Clear your History, you will create a HUGE History File; thus, making it difficult to find pages, not to mention the hard drive space you could be taking. You should NOT use your History as a way of finding Internet pages, use the Favorites instead.
On a regular basis (at the very least, monthly), you need to follow these steps:
Open Internet Explorer.
Choose Tools Internet Options.
In the Internet Options Window, simply click "Delete" in the Browsing History area. Depending on how long it has been since you last performed this option, this may take a few minutes.
Once completed, click the OK button to exit the Internet Options Window.
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