Clear Browser History in Google Chrome in Windows 7
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Start off by opening your browser. Click it once. Once the window has loaded, notice that there's a button with three lines on the upper right corner of the screen.
Press on that button once and go to Settings. Click on Settings once and the Settings tab will open.
Click History on the left side of the screen. That will give you your browsing data. These are all of the pages that you have visited.
You can tick the entries one by one and then click Remove Selected Items, or click Clear Browsing Data. Once you do either one of those two, a new window will open. In the new window, you'll have several options. You can obliterate certain items from the past hour, the past day, the past week, the last 4 weeks or the beginning of time. If you click the beginning of time, it will clear the history since the installation of the Google Chrome web browser.
Next, tick all of the items you wish to delete. For example, I'm going to delete browsing history, download history, and cookies and other site and plug-in data. On the other hand, I want to keep passwords, autofill data, hosted app data and content licenses.
Press Clear Browsing Data. Depending on what you're trying to delete, it may take several seconds, several minutes or maybe even hours. Just wait for it to finish, and once it's finished your browsing data will be clean.
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