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Question Posted Friday November 4 2005, 9:34 pm

can looking at porn give your computer viruses?what are some good porn sites and how do i erase the website memory

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Mackenzie answered Friday November 4 2005, 11:00 pm:
Does porn give your computer viruses? BIG TIME!!!


As far as recommending some "good porn sites", that material isn't suitable for Advicenators. Asnswering a question like that could possibly land Advicenators in a whole grip of trouble, sorrie..


As far as clearing your history, simple. On an open Internet Explorer window, go up to "TOOLS". Then go down to "INTERNET OPTIONS" Then under "HISTORY", click "CLEAR HISTORY". It will erase the memory of all past sites. Piece of cake, right? :)

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Teza answered Friday November 4 2005, 10:43 pm:
Yes porn can give you viruses. If you have a virus protector then you probablly wouldn't get so many.

Sorry, I don't know any good porn websites but if you go to google and type it in, you will get more then enough.

To delete the history, go to the top of you web browser & then click on tools. Go down to interner options and delete history.

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Californias_Hottest_xO answered Friday November 4 2005, 10:40 pm:
Hey,
downloading porn can give you a virus! But i dont know how to delete website history or any "good" :D porn websites.

[&hearts;] Melissa
=)

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daddydiva answered Friday November 4 2005, 10:34 pm:
hey
actually watching porn on your computer can give it many viruses and ruin your memory chip that you have in your computer don't watch that stuff

your friend daddydiva

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t0xicParadiSe answered Friday November 4 2005, 10:28 pm:
Sometimes porn sites do have viruses many do actually and downloading porn will 99% give you a virus.
I'm sorry I don't know any porn sites and to erase the website memory simply go to the top of you web browser click tools, go down to internet options and click on delete cookies or clear history. Either one will work.
&hearts;

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