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googleIf you are concerned about your privacy, you have to know that a Google and its toolbar have a special feature called Web history which saves all of your Internet searches. Let’s see how to safely disable it and delete its cache. This simple tutorial will be able to clear all your searches including the websites and blog you visited, your Internet behaviour, stats etc.

  1. Go to http://www.google.com/history/
  2. On the right sidebar, click Remove Items. This will delete your Internet history.
  3. On top of the page, click Clear entire Web History.
  4. Confirm this action.
  5. Done!

If instead you want to delete and clear Google toolbar search history, follow this other tutorial:

  1. Click the drop-down arrow on the Toolbar search box, and click Clear History.
  2. Now, if you don’t want Google Toolbar to save and store your Internet search, Click the Toolbar’s wrench icon.
  3. On the Search tab, deselect “Store search history on my computer.”
  4. Click Save.
  5. Done!

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4 Comments to “How to Disable and Delete Web History in Google and Google Toolbar”

  1. Snork Says:

    This does not explain how to disable history at all. 🙁

  2. James Says:

    OK. I will have a look.

  3. Web Talk Says:

    Have a look here. The this article describe the best alternatives to Google Chrome. Well, it doesn’t go deep into describing the different search engines, but I am pretty sure you will find interesting serch engines you didnt know about!

  4. James Says:

    Is it possible to test (and make review, when and if you have time) Google Chrome for resource usage comparable with others browsers.
    Also resource usage in Google Chrome when opened multiple tabs and installed extensions (with 1- 10 extensions).
    I got feeling that Google sucks memory due to sandboxing technology and also additional burden are extensions which are also taking additional memory (much more that Firefox).
    Also others are telling the same thing.


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