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    Google Chrome: Delete Web History

    If you want to delete the browsing history in the new Google Chrome then it is time you go for clean & clear all the history. You can choose between the day’s history or the entire history.

    The steps are very simple. You just have to run the Google Chrome and move towards “Customize & Control Google Chrome” option located at the top right bar of the address bar. Then you have to go to History and click. Otherwise there is another option you can just go ahead and press “Ctrl+H” as a shortcut.

    Here you can get the day-wise report of the Google Chrome and the you can Delete the history of that day on the right side of each day report. You can either access them or else you can click on the delete link to clear all the history information.
    Last edited by rajarshidutta007; 04-10-2009 at 06:31 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rajarshidutta007 View Post
    Google Chrome: Delete Web History

    If you want to delete the browsing history in the new Google Chrome then it is time you go for clean & clear all the history. You can choose between the day’s history or the entire history.

    The steps are very simple. You just have to run the Google Chrome and move towards “Customize & Control Google Chrome” option located at the top right bar of the address bar. Then you have to go to History and click. Otherwise there is another option you can just go ahead and press “Ctrl+H” as a shortcut.

    Here you can get the day-wise report of the Google Chrome and the you can Delete the history of that day on the right side of each day report. You can either access them or else you can click on the delete link to clear all the history information.
    rajarshidutta007, I wonder why people always suggest to remove browsing history from the same browser? All browsers keep your history when you delete them through the same browser tools (for example in index.dat file, in sql files etc). Always use external tools to delete browsing history, no matter Chrome it is or not.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sench View Post
    rajarshidutta007, I wonder why people always suggest to remove browsing history from the same browser? All browsers keep your history when you delete them through the same browser tools (for example in index.dat file, in sql files etc). Always use external tools to delete browsing history, no matter Chrome it is or not.
    Sench, thanks for information. I understood your idea and think that it makes sense. What kind of tool would you suggest?
    FYI I'm using Chrome and Firefox simultaneously.

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    ChemHishum, I would advice History Killer Pro which is #1 in it category. You can selectively delete firefox and chrome web history even with a search function..

    CHeers!

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    Chrome stores history, bookmarks, saved password, thumbnails,etc at "[Username]\Local Settings\Application Data\Google\Chrome\User Data". So you can wipe out all browsing traces by deleting this folder.

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