Whatever you search on your web browser, it has a copy of it stored on your computer. Any person can easily trace what you’ve done during their absence. If you’re doing something illegally, then clearing all your internet history is the safest way to escape. When you want to erase your internet surfing history, Cookies, cache without leaving a trace you can do it easily following these steps.
You might be using one of these popular browsers like Internet Explorer, Firefox, Google Chrome, Opera or Safari. So let’s see how to erase all the internet history on all these browsers. Let’s start off with Internet explorer.
Internet Explorer – Go to Tools > Internet Options > Browsing History > Select History, Cookies, Temporary Files and Click Delete.
Firefox – Go to Tools > Clear History > click more options > Choose which ever you want and click Ok to delete all the history, cookies and temporary files on Firefox browser.
Opera – Go to Tools > Preferences > History – Clear all the history > Cookies – Delete/Manage all the cookies.
Safari – Go to Edit > Empty Cache for clearing all the web caches and Go to History > Clear all the history
Google Chrome – Chrome has incognito mode, Pages you view in this window won’t appear in your browser history or search history, and they won’t leave other traces, like cookies, on your computer after you close the incognito window.
If you want to delete from ordinary browser, then go to Chrome options > Under the Hood > Clear browsing data.
So I hope these small basic tips will help you if you need to delete surfing history, cookies and temporary files from your browser.
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