If we told you, that every time you run a Google search, the data is stored somewhere, would you be completely comfortable about it? We can bet our bottom dollar on the fact that a chunk of the people out there wouldn’t.
However, what is stored is not impossible to erase. We have come up with suggestions on how you can erase your web footprints by erasing Google History completely.
The first thing you need to do is to log in to your Google account and go to the history page.
This is where you will be able to see everything you have searched for stored.
At the bottom of the page there is an option to remove items, which when selected will wipe history off and tell you how many were erased.
You will now be faced with older history. Keep repeating the step till most of the history is cleared.
You can also choose to retain some of the history if you just keep clicking on older. It will take you back into your browsing history and help you clear the history of the data you deem fit for erasing.
If you just want to get rid of all of it at once, click on the drop down menu from the below remove items option and select ‘From the beginning of time’. Once click will now delete everything at one shot.
Users who wish to get rid of their browsing history from chrome and other web related apps can go to Web and App Activity section where all this history is saved. Here you can click on the gear icon that will take you settings page.
Here you can select the pause option and prevent any more of you activity from being logged on the internet. Now nothing you do on Google can be tracked or saved.
By preventing any of your history from being saved you are not just protecting your privacy but also allowing a whole lot of information from being unnecessarily saved online that can jeopardize your secrecy. You are bound to feel safe and more in ease of mind to be using the internet now.