Camera Raw data, like the Clarity, Sharpness and Brightness, etc. settings, aren't EXIF. They're Adobe's proprietary embedded metadata relating to post processing, not EXIF. Only Adobe software can display it. EXIF information tells you about the camera and how it was set when the picture was taken and also the color space of the file (Adobe RGB, sRGB, etc.). It's the industry standard for embedded photographic metadata and many applications can display it.
In Windows 7, Windows Photo Viewer will show you the EXIF. On a Mac, Preview will. Both come standard with their respective operating systems.
It's a very small effort to right click on a photo in a browser and save it to your hard drive. On most Windows 7 computers, simply double clicking on a photo file will open it in Windows Photo Viewer by default. You can then see the EXIF, if it exists, by pulling down the File menu and selecting Properties.