Thursday, June 26, 2014

How To Delete Chrome Browser Search History - Mac/Windows Tips & Tricks

Web browsers keep a history of recent searches, visited websites and data from those web sites stored on your computer. This enables fast searching to terms you've searched before, or fast loading of webpages as it's reusing downloaded images... But there may be a time when you want to clear all that old data. Here's how to delete your Google Chrome browsing history on your Mac OS X or Windows computers.

1. First step, click on the Menu button, the one that looks like three horizontal lines on the right side of the browser. 
2. Hover over the "Tools" option.
3. Now click on "Clear Browsing Data..."

4. A pop up will appear with multiple options. 
5. You can choose to delete files from: the past day, hour, week, 4 weeks, or since the beginning of time. 
6. Other options include: deleting history, download history, cookies, cached files and images from the web, passwords, autofill form data, hosted app data, and Content licenses. Check all the options you want to delete. 
7. Then click "Clear browsing data". And you're done. 

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