How to Manually & Automatically Clear Your Browser History

Google Chrome

To quickly launch Chrome’s Clear Browsing Data menu, press CTRL+SHIFT+DEL. Select the items you want to clear and also set a time frame at the top. Click the Clear browsing data button to execute.
Chrome Clear Browsing Data
The long route to Chrome’s privacy settings is to click the three vertical dots in the top right of the browser, then select Settings from the menu. In the Settings window, scroll down and click Advanced. Under Privacy and security click the Clear browsing data. This will open the menu shown above.
Within Content Settings, the option found just above Clear browsing data, you can clear cookies whenever you quit your browser or you can remove cookies individually.

Click Cookies, and move the slider next to Keep local data only until you quit your browser into the On position (blue). To remove browsing data one-by-one, browse the All cookies and site data list at the bottom of that menu, and press the Trash icon to remove respective data. You can also clear individual cookies on exit. Just enter the respective sites under Clear on exit.
How to Manually & Automatically Clear Your Browser History Chrome Clear Cookies on Exit
To clear Chrome’s cache, you can use the Clear Browsing Data outlined above, or you can use several hidden switches that refresh the cache for the website you’re currently viewing.

To manage your browsing history in Chrome, you could also use a third-party extension like Click&Clean, which we consider one of the best Chrome extensions.

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