Browsing History and 'Purity Scan'

Why is it that 'Purity Scan' can discover and list in a flash all the sites visted while surfing the net, yet it seems impossible to trace and delete them manually? Is there a 'secret' memory in the Windows system which isn't accessible to users?

  GANDALF <|:-)> 10:17 20 Jun 04

click here Purityscan is adware. click here and download the free version of Adaware, run, delete all that it finds. If you want a free, superb cleaner go to click here and download Ccleaner...it is the best around and free.

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  GANDALF <|:-)> 10:19 20 Jun 04

This is how to remove purityscan... click here

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  curlylad 10:26 20 Jun 04

I started a thread recently regarding hidden files '.dat files.Have a look at it there are some links to free programs on there. click here

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