Delete all history of your browsing session within seconds

Posted by vilybily on February 17th, 2015

As long as you have a computer of your own, there is really no reason for you to delete web history. All you need to do is assign a password for logging into your computer so that it cannot be accessed in your absence. However, if you have a computer that is used by others too (your family members for instance), then it makes sense to delete all history from time to time. This is if you are not interested in sharing your web browsing habits with others.

All the modern web browsers offer you the option of accessing the web in private mode. This means that any website that you access in private mode don’t show in the history. Men are men and many of them watch adult content online. It is deeply embarrassing for any man when they know that someone knows that they accessed adult content on the web. The same goes for women – some of them watch adult content and some watch content that they don’t want others to know about. If the private browsing mode is used, then there is nothing that one needs to do. Otherwise also, it is simple to delete web history.

To delete all history of your web browsing sessions, you have to find the appropriate button in your web browser. The most popular web browsers are Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, Opera and Internet Explorer. Apple has a separate browser known as Safari. For all these browsers, the way to delete web history is slightly different. However, the technique is not so different so as to confuse you. In all these browsers, you need to visit the “Tools” section and identify where to delete the history of your web browsing.

Let us take Google Chrome as an example. It is the most popular web browser in the world and to delete all history from Google Chrome, you just need to follow one of the steps given below.

Step 1 – Point to Tools, which is located in the list under the wrench that you can see on the top right of the browser. The wrench is located just where the address bar ends. There is a sub-list under Tools that says “Clear browsing data…”. Click on it and you will find a new window opening.

Here you can delete all history or delete web history of the last hour or day or week or month. There are different deletions possible – you can delete everything or you can just clear your browsing and/or downloading history, cookies and even saved passwords and autofill form data.

Step 2 – Press Ctrl+Shift+Del when you open Google Chrome and the same window will pop up.

The settings for the other browsers is more or less similar.

There could be various reasons why you want to delete web history and we wouldn’t want to know why. This is just to let you know that to delete all history, there is not much you need to do. A couple of clicks and a few seconds and you are done.

Are you looking to delete web history? A few clicks and you can delete all history of your browsing session.

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