How do I clear my Internet browser history?

Cookies are disabled

How to Clear the Recent Search History in Your Outlook
Note that there is no confirmation before the history is deleted. When you search items by means of the instant search, Outlook will remember the recent search history automatically. If so, you need to access your Google account page and under "Privacy and Security Settings" you can clear that information and also set it to not use suggestions. Options Help Chat with a consultant. For desktop browsers, to quickly open menus used to clear your cache, cookies, and history, ensure that the browser is open and selected, and press Ctrl-Shift-Delete Windows or Command-Shift-Delete Mac. Hope the information helps.

Delete browser activity

Delete browsing, search and download history on Firefox

Choose the information you want to delete using the check boxes. The "History" check box needs to be checked, otherwise your browsing history remains while other data is removed. Click "Delete" to begin clearing the history and other data. Depending on how much data you've accumulated, this process may take a moment or two. Click the menu button from the toolbar at the top of the screen. It's shaped like three stacked horizontal lines. Select the "Privacy" tab and then click "Clear your recent history.

Choose what information you want to delete using the check boxes. Select "History" from the menu to open a new tab that displays the browsing history. Why is this and is this problem caused by. I can delete browsing history in "Internet Options" and "Favourites" but not the list which appears beneath the "Search box".

This means therefore that. Can anyone help please? Thank you for replying to my query about the browsing history that drops down from the "Search box" in IE11 when you click even accidentally!!

In answer to your question about Google, I am assuming that because Search is provided by Google whose name appears next to my search box, it might be in Google's interests to discreetly compile a browsing history which is non-deletable for marketing purposes.

I might be wrong!! In response to your suggestion about clicking the small red x against each website in the list in order to delete it, unfortunately no small x appears at all. Can you provide me with any other suggestions because obviously providing a "deleting browsing history" facility in Windows is totally pointless if a non-deletable list is being created elsewhere.

I have provided you with a screenshot if I can send it to you properly!! Best wishes, David Hargreaves. This thread is locked. To get the latest tips, tricks, and how-to's, subscribe to our YouTube Channel. Help Center Google Chrome. Privacy Policy Terms of Service. Google Chrome Help Forum Forum.

At the top right, click More. Clear your history On your computer, open Chrome. A box will appear. From the drop-down menu, select how much history you want to delete.

Question Info