The Fastest Way to Clear Your Browsing History
The world’s most popular browser is now Chrome. If you’re using Chrome, we’re going to show you the fastest way to clear your browsing history. And if you use Firefox or Edge we have you covered too! Just keep on reading.
If you’re using Chrome, open Chrome, and then press CTRL+SHIFT+DELETE on your keyboard. Chrome’s “Clear browsing data” dialog will open.
Using the down arrow, you can select how far back you want to go to delete browsing data from Chrome, even back to the first time you used Chrome. Not really the beginning of time – like back before the dinosaurs and single-cell organisms. But back to the first time that you used Chrome. You can also check or uncheck the items you want to clear under “Clear the following items…” We suggest you choose only these four (see below) especially if you are having Chrome save your passwords:
If you’re using Firefox or Microsoft Edge, you can use the same CTRL+SHIFT+DELETE shortcut to clear your browsing history.
Remember, clearing cookies will log you out of sites that you’re logged into. The next time you visit those sites, you’ll have to enter your login credentials again (even if you save your passwords as recommended above).
Now, you know the fastest way to clear your Chrome, Firefox and Microsoft Edge browsing history.