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deleting history on a mac

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  1. D_wtghwtyh

    D_wtghwtyh Account Disabled

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    my cousin is using my computer (macbook) for a month and i need to delete all the history out of it. these are the ones i know how to do:

    history-->clear history
    safari--> preferences-->show cookies--> delete cookies
    spotlight and type in website that you have visited alot and delete those


    are there anymore places that i need to go to to delete everywhere i have been? thanks for the help
     
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    Do a search for folders with "temp" in the name. Delete any folders for temporary documents.

    It will not damage the operating system; the next time it needs to store temporary files, it will create a new temp folder.
     
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    Nah! Doesn't work like that on the Mac!

    All you have to do is make sure your account is an administrator and give yourself a secure password. Then set up an account for your cousin but NOT an administrator account.

    That way he can log on and he wont know where you have been.

    Leave a message if you need more advice.

    Good luck!
     
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    moving this thread to the help desk.
     
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    I've not used a G5 or a MacPro, but it actually does work that way on many Macintosh computers. I have used many different models, and every software release from 2.0 through 10.3. Creating new accounts will work, but is less secure than deleting files that can be traced (and I do know a few tricks to get around some of the account issues.) Also, when limited-access accounts are created, the administrator has to specify which applications can be accessed for each restricted account.
     
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