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Oct
2009

How to clear previous Google Searches

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Nowadays, thanks to Google you can look for (and find) anything you wish. Software, books, news, pictures, movies etc. However, some of the queries we  daily ask Google are not…”quite right” or “quite honest” or “quite clean”. Sometimes we may ask to find embarrassing or hot pictures while other times we can ask to get special videos for very odd tastes. Concerned for your privacy? Well, you should! Here are some tricks to clear your old, previous Google searches from your computer and keep your privacy safe!

If you use Mozilla FireFox:

  1. Click Tools.
  2. Click Options.
  3. Click the Privacy Tab.
  4. Under History, from the drop-down-menu select: FireFox will never remember history. From now on, your FireFox won’t remember what websites you visit.
  5. Now, go back to Tools. Click Clear recent history and from the menu tick everything (e.g. cookies, cache etc.). This will clear and erase all previous Google searches from your computer.

If you use Microsoft Internet Explorer:

  1. Click Tools.
  2. Click the General Tab.
  3. Under Browsing History, click Delete.
  4. A new window will appear. At the end of it you will find a Delete all… button, click it. A pop-up will appear asking you “Are you sure you want to delete all Internet Explorer Browsing History?” Click Yes to delete everything including your most shameful Google findings.

If you use Google Chrome:

  1. On the right side of Google Chrome window, click the spanner icon.
  2. From the menu, click Clear Browsing Data…
  3. A pop-up will appear. Tick all its options (e.g. Clear download history, delete cookies etc.).
  4. Now click the Clear data from this period drop-down-menu and select Everything.
  5. Now, click  Clear Browsing Data to delete all searches.



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