Deleting the history of your browser is a good way to maintain your privacy. This article will show you how to safely and quickly remove browser history from Mac from the very first day. It is not a difficult task to delete history manually, but with the help of CleanMyMacX, you can do it faster. It can be downloaded for free and can clean up the browsers in seconds. With its help, you can remove almost all the junk from your Mac. You can remove the large and older files, broken downloads, system cache and much more. Lets first go through what browser history is and why one wants to remove it.
What is search browser history?
Whenever you do surfing on the net, your browser remembers every page you visit. All of these pages are carefully stored in your browser and are tied to your accounts. Browsers also have information about when have you visited the page. Why can browsing history be useful?
Why would you like to remove browser history?
It is always a matter of privacy, professional etiquette, paranoia, or OCD. It feels odd to know that none of the websites you have visited will show up in Google search results as “already visited.” There is always a chance that others will be able to view stuff they should not be able to view.
How to clear browser history?
Clearing only search history is pretty easy. Just choose one of the blocks that deals with the browser you use.
How to delete history in Safari manually:
- Go to Safari.
- In the top menu, Tap the history tab.
- Choose “Clear History and Website Data.
- Select the time range that you wish to delete.
- Tap Clear History. Done.
How to Clear Chrome history manually:
- Go to Chrome.
- In the top right corner, click on the burger icon.
- Select History.
- Now choose History in the popup menu.
- Click on Clear Browsing Data.
- Select the time range you want to clear.
- Checkmark only Browsing History.
- Tap on “Clear browsing data.”