As most of you already know, Google keeps a tab on pretty much everything you do on a Google site, provided that you signed in on any one of these websites. Everything you do is recorded, and can be used against you in the future. Search data can reveal particularly sensitive information about you, such as facts about your location, interests, age, religious views, and so on. You can, however, choose to not be so vulnerable, and can remove all of your Google web history to protect yourself from an unforeseen eventuality.
Delete your Google Web History
Follow these steps to partially or completely.
- Step 1: Visit your Google History page at https://www.google.com/history. Alternatively, you can click the gear icon on the upper right corner of a search results page, and then go to Search history.
- Step 2: Click on the gear icon again, and then go to Settings.
- Step 3: Click on the delete all link. You’ll be prompted for a confirmation. Click on Delete all again, and your entire search history is gone!
- Step 4 (optional): Click on the Turn off button on the Settings page to stop Google from storing your history again
Rest easy 🙂
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