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Internet browsing history HELP?

Internet browsing history HELP? Topic: history of homework
June 19, 2019 / By Jewel
Question: Internet plan: Mozilla Firefox I was wondering if it's possible to send the browsing history to another computer by email Im grounded so i can only look at homework related sites but............i got off track(facebook) and then my parents told me they'll know what i've been doing because they can get an email of the browsing history. is it true??
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Frances Frances | 4 days ago
Your parents cannot get an email of your browsing history. If your parents monitor your network, they will be able to get a list of sites and times, but by their wording, I strongly doubt that they would be smart enough to do that.
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Frances Originally Answered: Internet browsing history HELP?
Your parents cannot get an email of your browsing history. If your parents monitor your network, they will be able to get a list of sites and times, but by their wording, I strongly doubt that they would be smart enough to do that.

Frances Originally Answered: Slow web browser? Already tried basic troubleshooting- e.g. clear internet history, cache, & cookies, defrag?
mine is doing the same thing, and its a recent thing....i suspect google is trying out its new privacy policy, and tracking every move i make online...add that to yahoo's policy of tracking every move i make when logged in, and i'm surprised they're both not picking sites for me. the speed which pages load now, along with the furious net activity my router displays, makes it seem like someone else is browsing my pages before i get to see them.
Frances Originally Answered: Slow web browser? Already tried basic troubleshooting- e.g. clear internet history, cache, & cookies, defrag?
The cookies and caching history hold saved information from all of the websites you visit on your computer (things like pictures, templates, videos, sounds, ect) so that they can be accessed again the next time you visit that same site. Overall having these save actually saves browsing time. What happens, though, is that when there are just too many of these files saved, it can actually slow down how fast web pages load. How/why, you may ask... Think of the folder like a closet. When you don't have a lot of clothes in the closet, its easy to see where everything is and pick out the outfit you wanted for the day. When you keep adding more and more clothing to the closet without throwing anything away, all of a sudden you have to look through a whole row of shirts until you found the one you wanted. That is what happens with these files. By deleting them, you are starting fresh and removing all of the clutter (especially outdated website files and ones from sites you rarely visit). Realistically though, between broadband internet connections, large hard drives, faster processors, smarter browsers, and more standard memory the actual speed difference from deleting the files is barely noticeable (unless you have over a gig of them) when compared with the improvements you would see back in 2000 from deleting those files.
Frances Originally Answered: Slow web browser? Already tried basic troubleshooting- e.g. clear internet history, cache, & cookies, defrag?
Run a internet speed test. Also make sure no unknown person is logged into you network. Sometimes people will steal you internet and download illegal torrent which slow down you internet. Edit: login to you router http://192.168.1.1/

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