Question about Computers & Internet
Internet privacy is a growing concern for most users. Major Web browsers, websites and operating systems all implement policies and functions to let you take control of your private information. Google search keeps track of the searches you perform using Google main page. If you have a Google ID, this search history follows you from one computer or device to another. Google also includes a function to clear your search history whenever you want. Open your preferred Web browser and go to Google's website. Sign in if necessary. Click your name in the top right corner. Click the "Privacy" option in the menu that appears. Scroll down to the bottom of the page. Click the "Sign into Dashboard" button. Enter you password when prompted. Scroll down to the "Web History" section. Click the "Remove items or clear Web History" link. Click the "Remove all Web History" button. Confirm that you want to delete you Web History. Hope this helps.
Posted on Jan 06, 2013
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