How do you delete your browser history?
In Chrome, Mozilla or Explorer you can go to the icon on the top right. You can then click on history and clear.
A word of caution though - you will not succeed in removing ALL traces of what you have been up to on your computer unless you completely overwrite the entire disk. Barring that, a good computer forensic examiner will still be able to recover all sorts of artifacts that will show so much that it won't much matter if you delete your history or not. Deleting your history only prevents a casual examiner from seeing where you have been.
What do you mean by saying "google history"? If you mean your search and browsing history in Google, this can be done in the browser that you are using. Take an example, in Firefox, go to Tools, there you will see an option that lets you to delete relevant history in that browser. If you mean there are some history files about you in Google search results, then I have no idea about how to…
WikiAnswers does not make separate search entries on your browser, but your browser history will contain all sites and searches unless you delete them. To delete history in Windows, you use your Internet Options page. To delete history in Google Chrome, select history from Tools, Edit Items (upper right) and the Clear All Data button.
It depends on which browser you are using, in my opinion. If you are using Firefox, select "History", and select "Display all history", then you will see a list of all web pages that you have browsed. Simply select those related to Google, and delete it. And if you need to delete history in this browser, select "Tools", and you will see the option that lets you protect your privacy.
In google chrome you can use 'Incognito mode' that will automatically delete your browsing history when you have finished. In other browsers, you can do this manually by telling the browser to delete history, cache, cookies and site plugin data. You can tell your browser not to store cookies however this will mean you will be unable to log in to any site.
It does not because when I go into private browsing, which doesn't keep my history (almost the same thing as deleting my history), on my schools computer, it tells me that the sites I go to can still be tracked by their Internet Service Provider. Deleting your browser history only deletes it on your local hard drive where your browser resides. Your ISP is totally independent from your machine and what you do there has…
If you are referring to deleting the browser history in Safari on your IPod touch, then go to settings, click on Safari, then click on "Clear History." If you are referring to deleting information on the internet, you can only delete what you delete from webservers. But then a lot of information is cached or copied and accessible after deletion.
It depends on which browser you are using. For example, if you are using Firefox, go to Tools, then you will see an option that lets you delete relevant history to pritect your privacy. You can delete search history, cookies, cache, browsing history, etc. Most popular browsers are well designed, such as Firefox, Chrome, Opera, IE, etc. That they allow you to delete internet history. But for safe sake, you can also use a program…