Most computers keep a record of which websites you have visited. If you are using your computer at home and are concerned that your batterer could find out that you visited this website, you may want to empty your history file.
To do this, go to your home page or to any other website. Then look at the top file menu bar. This is above the home, back buttons and web address bar at the top of the window. Depending on your computer system, you may see an option called "Preferences" under the Edit menu or you may see an option called "Internet Options" under the Tools menu.
If you have the Preferences option, look for a setting called Navigator. Double click on Navigator to expand the choices below it. You should see an option called History. Click on History and you will see some choices on the right side of the dialog box. Click the Clear History button and the Clear Location Bar button. Click the bottom OK button and close the window to quit the program.
If your computer uses the Internet Options choice under the Tools menu, you will see two options on the pop-up dialog box called Temporary Internet files and History. Click the Delete Files button under Temporary Internet files and the Clear History button. It may take a few minutes for your computer to delete all of your files. When it is finished, click the OK button and then close your window to quit the program.
If you don't see either of these options, look for anything which says history, temporary files, empty cache or clear cache.