Before we begin, please note that any data you remove will be deleted permanently. Google keeps a lot of useful information that helps you find what you’re looking for faster. It gives you quick access to webpages you’ve visited in the past, and even lets you know in search results which pages you’ve visited, and when. This information can be useful if you’re a power user, and like to get things done quickly.
Delete your Google Web History
Follow these steps to Delete Search History in Google.
- Step 1: Visit your Google History page at https://www.google.com/history. Alternatively, you can click the gear icon on the upper right corner of a search results page, and then go to Web history.
- Step 2: Click on the gear icon again, and then go to Settings.
- Step 3: Click on the delete all link. You’ll be prompted for a confirmation. Click on Delete all again, and your entire search history is gone!
- Step 4 (optional): Click on the Turn off button on the Settings page to stop Google from storing your history again
If you don’t want to delete your entire search history, you can select individual items from the Google Web History main page, and delete them. This, by no means, implies that Google has nothing more to do with your data. They still keep some of your information on their servers for auditing and other such purposes. But at least your personal data is off the line now, and isn’t susceptible to leaking out into the wrong hands.
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