WebCache Killer Crack Plus Keygen

Starting with version 10 of Internet Explorer, the browser stores your navigation history, cookies and temporary data in the WebcacheV01.dat file, which cannot be deleted easily.

WebCache Killer is a handy application that allows you to erase this file and clear private data that may not be deleted even after using the function offered by the popular web browser.

Download WebCache Killer Crack

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Rank 3.1
754 3.1
Crack size ~ 500KB
Downloads total 5917
Systems Win 7, Win 7 64 bit, Win 8, Win 8 64 bit, Win 10, Win 10 64 bit

Naturally, a file that records your online activities is a major security risk, but it can also use up a lot of disk space for no reason. Additionally, the file in question may cause errors if it becomes corrupted.

With the help of WebCache Killer, you can delete the WebcacheV01.dat file in seconds, thus clearing your browsing history and, possibly, freeing up quite a bit of disk space.

Even after you have deleted the WebcacheV01.dat file, Internet Explorer will continue to save your browsing data, so you may need to clear it regularly.

Fortunately, WebCache Killer Keygen offers a function that enables you to delete this file at regular intervals. Moreover, this action can be performed upon launch without requiring user input.

Furthermore, the application can be added to the Windows startup list, and it is minimized to the system tray automatically.

WebCache Killer is very novice-friendly, although you should be certain that the information stored in the WebcacheV01.dat file is no longer necessary before running this utility.

Appearance-wise, the application is not particularly impressive, but it has a simple enough layout, and it can be sent to the system tray to ensure it does not get in your way.

To conclude, WebCache Killer is a simple program that enables you to clear browsing and cookie information stored by Internet Explorer in the protected WebcacheV01.dat file. It is easy to use and is even capable of deleting this file automatically, at regular intervals.


Jefferson, 23 June 2017

Patched. Thks

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