Porn Deletion

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  1. italia89

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    Hey guys,
    Can anyone tell me how to erase my porn from my computer?
    Thanks...
     
  2. viking1

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    You can buy commercial drive cleaner software. The best way is install a new hard drive. Be sure to physically destroy the old drive, though.
     
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    Also destroy your backups, if any.:smile:
     
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    Hm - doesnt just deleting the history do it ? I mean it would be possible to recreate a file thats been deleted but very hard...
     
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    I found that the Delete button on my keyboard works well.
     
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    What exactly do you mean by "porn". If you are talking about downloaded videos, just delete them, then empty your recycle bin. If you are talking about history and cookies, go to Tools > Internet Options, then click on "Delete..." and then click on all the delete options. History, cookies and files should be deleted.

    Now, if you are talking about the nasty stuff that your computer picks up from questionable websites - let me give you some advice....Hopefully you still have all of your CD-ROMs for your computer, like Windows, Office, etc, because I recommend reformatting your hard drive. I know that sounds extreme, but all the computer scans with all the anti-virus, anti-spyware and anti-adware programs in the world won't speed your computer up enough to waste your time trying. But once you have reformatted, you will be shocked at how fast your "new" computer is.
     
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    I think some people just have to be smart alecs here...

    You could be a little more specific in your question though. If you are very computer illiterate, sometimes the programs you use will keep their own history of what you open... so, you can actually go into the options of some of these programs (like Media Player or Realplayer) so that it doesn't keep a track of what you watch.

    Also, if somebody is very handy with computers, they could restore some of the things you do delete, so if you want a clean start just reformat the harddrive. (Files could STILL be restored after that, but I doubt somebody will want to found out what you were looking at that bad)

    In your browser, like IE, on top of deleting the history and cookies, you can also edit the auto-complete section so that if you were to type in something in the address bar (for example, you type in "g" and all your websites starting with that letter, such as "gaypussy.org" or "gaygypsies.net", appear) nothing will pop up or suggest something for you to search for. This can also apply to any toolbars you especially added from a search site, like Google.

    Also, some computers still have the "Recent Items" menu available when you click on the Start button. You can just right-click on the same button and have the option removed so nobody can see the most recent items you checked out. Also, make sure to keep your Recycle Bin clean! You might just ended up deleting something one day so nobody can see, but you forget to clean the bin!
     
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    You cannot delete porn. It has come to stay. Once it settles in your mind, nothing can remove the dark power of porn.

    You might be able to remove it from your computer, but rest assured, it will return. In those lonely moments you least expected it, it will turn up on your computer, ensnaring you in its lusty embrace and fire up your eternal search for better and harder porn. At some point, you´ll find that the normal sex you once had with your plain girlfriend is outright boring compared to the joys of beating off in a steamy room lit only by the gloomy light of the laptop and the moans of digital beauties with fake tits and eyelashes. You´ll neglect your social surrounding, turn fat, pale, hairy and uncempt only to be eventually consumed by porn.

    Accept your fate, sinner.
     
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    there is a nice program called winXP manager......it will uninstall anything and take it away from the registery.
     
  11. D_Eliassaph Daniell Goosegarden Jr

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    What measure of deletion are you looking for? Simply deleting does nothing to get rid of anything and there are many freeware programs that will recover everything you've deleted. If you're afraid of a "forensic" search, then you better replace your hard drive. Even reformatting it will not get rid of everything. Dept. of Defense scrubs with 7 to 30 times overwrite or destroys.
     
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    I sencerely hope you have not been watching anything prohibited by law. If so, destroy your computer and do not ever buy a new one. If its just porn, be a man and admit you have it. Porn should be watched not deleted.
     
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    A perfect example of someone asking what time it is, and people telling them how to build a clock.:biggrin1:
     
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    In defense of the smart alecks, I'll say italia89 posted a vague question which lacked specifics. Therefore the replies are all-over-the-map. If his question hasn't been answered then he should return to the thread and state specifically what he wants to "erase".
     
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    tRY DOWNLOADING A PROGRAM CALLED CCLEARNER FOR FREE
     
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    I'd need photographic memory before I delete my porn!!!
     
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    Capslock, the memory you need, if you don't already have it loaded, is pornographic memory.

    But, seriously folks, it is difficult for those of us who want to browse to our dicks content, but not leave traces behind. At least nor more than necessary.

    I find using a separate browser for my porn browsing helpful. I use Opera for that purpose and have all of its options set to clear histories when closing.

    If someone walks in the room on me I can just click the X at the top of Opera and all my porn sites close leaving my other browser open on the screen for anyone to see.

    I realize you professionals on here find all this silly, but some of us lead a non-porn life as well as a porn life. And yes, we are jealous of you pornsters.

    If anyone is offended by any of this, sorry, just my lame attemtp at being helpful and charming at the same time.
     
  19. D_kutecuyug

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