Internet requests

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internet email
I sometimes request information or otherwise use web page message blocks/pages. My question is simply - does my computer retain the message that I have sent? If so where can I gain access to it? I recently had cause to try to refer back to the detail of one such message and have been unable to locate anything so far. Thank you - oh wise ones. :-)

Software/Hardware used:
IE, Win 7

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  • TomLiotta
    We don't know what your PC might retain. We don't know what software you're using for messaging, including any potential logging software. If you're using any web sites for messaging, we don't know what applets might be executed nor what the web sites might do with whatever you type. Technically, it's possible that sequences of characters that you typed were also temporarily stored in a swap file or other work areas and that they haven't been written over. Gaining access to those can require much more than basic knowledge and experience. -- Tom
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