There are a few benefits to deleting your search history. To help keep your browsing history private, and to free up disk space on your computer, you can clear your local browsing history.
Whatever desktop or laptop OS you have, the method for deleting your browsing history is browser-based, so it’s basically the same. So, how do you delete your Google Chrome history? This article explains how to view and clear your browsing history (the web cache, cookies, saved passwords and more) in Chrome.
Clear Browser History and Cache in Google Chrome
1- Open the Google Chrome browser.
2- Click on the More icon (three vertical dots in the upper right-hand corner.)
3- And choose History, then History again. (or press CTRL – H).
4- In the left-hand panel, select Clear browsing data. And click the Advanced tab at the top of the window. ( you might only want to delete your cookies and history from the Last 24 hours; leaving your older history intact. Or you might want to delete your data from All time.)
6- Check the boxes for what you want to Clear:
– In the “Time Range” field select “All Time”
select items to delete, “Browsing History,” “Download History,””Cookies and other site data’ and “Cached images and files”
Click on the “Clear Data” button
How to delete a specific site from your history: On the History, page check individual history results you would like to delete then hit “Delete.”
1- That if you’re signed in to Chrome into multiple computers or devices, deleting your browser history may take effect on all the other devices.
2- By default, Google will keep activity data until you manually delete. How to delete usage data in your Google account? Here’s how to do it. Delete or Turn Off My Activity in Your Google Account
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