Although some of the more advanced and better web browsers in Chrome have emerged in recent years, many of them focused on keeping user privacy and keeping their data safe, The Google app is still widely used in the world, by far. And while Google itself has used endless tools and functions that focus on privacy in Chrome, the browser is far from some of their latest competitors.
Some of the functions, meanwhile, have not been performed in Chrome but are available in other browsers automatic removal of transmission data to remove all traces of history, cookies, and information stored. But by 2020 more is still needed perform this procedure manually
So you can delete browsing data in Chrome
Fortunately for users who are concerned about their information – or their internal memory -, Deleting this move data is easy. To do so, you must simply follow these steps:
Open Google Chrome and access the options menu from the three dots icon on the top right.
Touch the "History" option
Throughout history, touch text "Clear browsing data …"
To clear history, cookies and cached data, select the three available options
Choose the time you want to delete the data – last hour, 24 hours, 7 days, 4 weeks or so – and touch the "delete data" button
That's all. Following these simple steps, the details will be deleted. Remember that, by deleting some of this data, things like the web addresses you visited and the search predictions for those websites will be deleted. Also, since cached data is deleted, it may be next time you access other web pages the load is slow
On the other hand, remember that, by following these steps, Information such as passwords, website settings or authentication data will not be deleted. However, this information can be deleted again if you perform the above procedure, then tap on "Advanced settings" on the Chrome data deletion page for Android.
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