The big “G” Google keeps record of everything you’ve ever searched on its platform. Just as it has the archive of what you searched for, it also gives you the privilege to delete or download all your search history from Google.
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The good part:
“You can delete past searches, browsing history, and other activity from your Google Account. You’re in control of what’s stored in My Activity, and you can stop saving most activity at any time,” Google said.
Sample of Google search history:
The photo below shows the search history of someone on Google, this one shows his activity on YouTube, Google’s video publishing and sharing platform.
You can do the following from your Google’s Account Activity:
- Delete all activity
- Delete individual activity items
- Delete activity in other places
- Stop saving activity
For the purpose of this guide, we’ll focus on how to clear all your Google search history.
Follow the steps below to delete all your search history on Google
Step 1: Sign into your Google account. You must have an active Google account to gain access to your searched history.
Step 2: View your Web & App Activity
Step 3: In the top right corner of the page, click the icon with vertical …. and select “Delete Activity.”
Step 4: Choose the time period for which you want to delete items. To delete your entire history, select “All Time.”
Step 5: Click “Delete.”
“Deleted data can’t be recovered” that’s the pop message you’ll see click “Delete” to confirm it.
That’s how to delete all your searches on Google. You can play around your account to do other things within your Google account.