It is no news Google keeps records of all sites users visit via the Google search engine but did you know that you can clear all that history with the click of a button? Yes, you can! There is a process that allows you to clear every site that you have visited. Kindly follow the steps below to clear your browser.
If you’re using a laptop or desktop computer:
1 – Visit www.Google.com and log into your Google account (if you aren’t logged in already).
2 – Click the settings link in the lower right-hand corner of the window.
3 – Select your data in Search from the pop-up menu.
4 – Scroll down and click delete all Search activity.
5 – Click delete.
If you’re using a mobile device:
1 – Visit www.Google.com in a mobile web browser and log into your Google account (if you aren’t logged in already).
2 – Tap the Search Settings link.
3 – Tap the manage link in the “Search History” field.
4 – Tap the three dots in the “Search your activity” field.
5 – Tap delete activity by.
6 – Tap all time.
7 – Tap the delete button.
That’s all there is to it. All of your Google search history should now be gone!
In the interest of privacy, it is strongly recommended that you periodically delete your entire Google search history.