Why kill the WebCachev01.dat
Windows 7, Internet explorer changed the way it stored its private
browsing data. This includes the search history, which is known
as the browsing history. A file that records your online activities
is a major security risk. Internet explorer stores this file in
the internet cache which is hidden and protected and Windows makes
it almost impossible to delete this file, but with WebCacheKiller,
it can be killed.
Even after you
have deleted the WebcacheV01.dat file, Internet Explorer will continue
to save your browsing data, and re-generate the Webcache.dat file.
Quite simply, the internet cache needs to be cleared at regular
intervals. Fortunately, WebCache Killer offers a function that enables
you to delete this file automatically, and this action can be performed
upon launch without requiring user input.
the application can be added to the Windows startup list, and it
is minimized to the system tray automatically.
can also be triggered externally by the detection of a user produced
Released in May
2016 it is compatible with the very latest Windows 10 OS, as well
as Windows 8 and Windows 7.
is not free, so you can be assured that it is not packed full of
Malware or viruses. Thats guaranteed...