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Deleting saved public wi fi spots

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#1 bort4653


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Posted 01 May 2011 - 10:37 AM

Hello: Last night I had to have help setting up a router. The service tech took control of my computer and accessed a file containing all the public wi fi spots I have visited. He started to delete them and gave up as the process took forever, he could only do one at a time. Where is this file and how can I access it to finish the deletions? Thank you in advance.


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