Did you know you give away more information about yourself simply by surfing the web than you do by registering at a website? When you visit websites, you give away cookies which track data on you, such as your browser, history and how long you stay on websites. This can give webmasters a very good idea what you would like to see to get you to visit a particular website and stick around. Anti-Tracks Free helps eliminate these breadcrumbs so that what you do online is between you and only you.

TechNorms’s guide to Anti-Tracks Free will get you started with removing tracks of your activity online.


How to set up Anti-Tracks Free

Once you download and install Anti-Tracks Free, you want to go ahead and start up. It will walk you through its setup procedures.

Click “Next.”


Anti-Tracks Free lets you choose what it will automatically clean up on your behalf, such as cookies, history, passwords and more. Check each box you want it to handle on your behalf, then click “Next.”

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You can also have Anti-Tracks Free go through various Windows-based settings, like the clipboard, registry backups, and recently used programs. You can also go through each one, choose what the program will deal with and then click “Next” to continue.


Next, you will deal with the Microsoft Office settings Anti-Tracks Free has to offer. Select the ones you want it to deal with and then click “Next” to move forward.


Now, Anti -Tracks Free is configured and ready to go. Let us get started.



Anti-Tracks Free offers a lot of features for users to utilize from start up.

Click “About” in the top right-hand corner.


From here, you can get a little bit of information on the program as well as access to its website.

Now, click “Options.”


General Options allow you to go through things such as enabling context menus and whether you load Anti-Tracks Free when Windows starts. For the most part, you can leave these settings alone and if you are worried about others having access to your settings, you can also set up a password in order to change them.

Click “Secure Erasing.”


Anti-Tracks Free will do several passes if you allow it to delete data. They allow you to set the level of passes. You can choose any or create your own.

Then, click “Schedule.”


You can schedule any number of scans as you see fit here.

Finally, click on “Stealth.”


You can use Anti-Track Free on the sly if you do not want other users to know it is running on your computer. These settings allow you to hide it as you see fit.

When you are ready, head back to the main screen.


Now, click “Tracks Eraser.”


This is where you can utilize the tracks eraser, file shredder, and disk wiper. Tracks Eraser helps track down and eliminate traces left on your computer. File shredder lets you securely erase files while disk wiper allows you to wipe traces from your hard drive disk.

Next, click “Data Concealing.”


You can hide files and folders here from Anti-Tracks Free as well as others. This can be a handy way to hide things on a computer you share with others.

Then, click “Tracks Concealing.”


You can add Windows Groups here as well as utilize a Panic Key if somebody shows up behind your shoulder. This has more to do with hiding data from those physically around you than it does virtual threats.

Now, click “System Cleaner.”


This helps enhance your ability to do things you already can in Windows, such as uninstall programs, work with your system manager and even complete a system restore.

Next, click “Settings.”


This allows you to change a variety of settings as to how Anti-Tracks Free works. You can choose exactly what is worked within each type of Internet browser, for example. You can also work back through the start-up wizard to get the program to work from startup again.

Anti-Tracks Free can be an amazing utility in your corner to remove traces of online activity.


Does it really matter if you remove traces of online activity?

You would be surprised the information that can be found out about you and your online activity if you had access to what websites do to obtain that data. Removing traces of online activity is one way to protect your overall privacy, not just your personal information. By using a program, such as Anti-Tracks Free, you can be one step ahead of those that do not care about you but rather what your personal data can do for them.

Download Anti-Free Tracks.