Why you should delete historyYour browser keeps different tracks of your Internet activity in order to provide a more pleasant computer and surfing experience. But browser history tracks can compromise your privacy and provide an easy way for others to see what websites you visited, what you have been searching, downloading, viewing, etc.
How to delete historyHow to delete history in Internet Explorer
How to delete history in Firefox
How to delete history in Safari
How to delete Google history
How to delete history in Internet ExplorerTo delete history in Internet Explorer 8.0:
Select Delete browsing history.
Select necessary options and click the Delete button.
To Delete history in Internet Explorer 7.0:
Select Internet Options.
Open the General tab.
Under Browsing history click the Delete button.
Select necessary options and click the Delete all button.
How to delete history in FirefoxTo delete history in Firefox 3.0:
Open the 'Tools' menu and select 'Clear Private Data'.
Put the check mark for necessary options and click 'Clear Private Data Now'.
To delete history in Firefox 2.x:
Under Private area click Clear Now.
Select necessary options and click 'Clear Private Data now'.
How to delete history in SafariSelect Edit, then Reset Safari.
Put check marks for history items you want to delete
How to delete Google historyTo clear Google history, you should delete history in Google Toolbar and delete autocomplete in your browser.
How to delete Google Toolbar history:
Google Toolbar remembers your recent searches so that you can easily find the things you searched for previously.
To delete history in Google toolbar:
Click on the Google logo on the Toolbar to access the drop-down menu.
Select the "Clear Search History" option. This will delete all the previous searches from the drop-down box.
This only deletes the search history from the Google Toolbar, which is entirely separated from the search history stored by your browser. To completely delete Google history, you should also delete search history in your browser.