It can be assumed some of you would want to delete your Google history due to privacy concerns. Taking a quick look at my history, I can see they have my whole browsing, location, app, YouTube

For example, you may want to remove browsing history and cookies but keep passwords and form fill data. Select Clear now. Clear browsing data stored in the cloud (if you've turned on sync or personalization) To manage and delete data saved in the Microsoft cloud, see the privacy dashboard. On the privacy dashboard you can view or delete your Removing your navigation history is a bit more difficult, because there's no way to delete it all in one fell swoop—you can only delete individual entries. First, fire up Google Maps. From there, slide open the menu by either swiping from left to right or tapping the three lines in the upper left corner. How to Delete the Revision History in Google Docs. One of the features of Google Drive, previously called Google Docs, is that it automatically saves every revision you make to a document. While this is useful when you want to revert to a previous version or just view one, you may not want other readers of your Here's how you can manage your history in Google Maps. How to delete your search history and prior destinations in Google Maps. Deleting old search items and directions in Google Maps is fairly easy. Unfortunately, you have to delete items one at a time. Get an iPhone SE with Mint Mobile service for $30/mo. Choose whether you want to delete only certain parts of your Google history. This is preferable if you use Google Now, because your cards are based on your Google history. Deleting the finance, shopping or other sections may remove the efficacy of those cards and your voice search.

How to Delete the Revision History in Google Docs. One of the features of Google Drive, previously called Google Docs, is that it automatically saves every revision you make to a document. While this is useful when you want to revert to a previous version or just view one, you may not want other readers of your

Google stores all your search history. If you are worried that your search and other stats about images, news or videos that you have been looking at Google are stored at their servers then there is a simple way from Google itself to remove them. If you just searched for one thing, and you really don't want to go through all the steps above to delete just one search query, you'll be happy to know Google has you covered. If you simply go to the Google search bar at the top of a Google search page and you begin the search a second time, you'll see your query appear in bold purple Check the entries you want to delete. On the Search History page, you will see all of your searches listed for the past few days. You can see older items by clicking the Older > button. Check the box next to each entry that you want to remove. You can use the categories on the left side of the page to narrow down the results that are displayed. If you have a Google account (for, say, Gmail) and have not specifically located and paused the Web History setting, then the search giant is keeping track of your searches and the sites you visited.

Check the entries you want to delete. On the Search History page, you will see all of your searches listed for the past few days. You can see older items by clicking the Older > button. Check the box next to each entry that you want to remove. You can use the categories on the left side of the page to narrow down the results that are displayed.

Google stores all your search history. If you are worried that your search and other stats about images, news or videos that you have been looking at Google are stored at their servers then there is a simple way from Google itself to remove them. If you just searched for one thing, and you really don't want to go through all the steps above to delete just one search query, you'll be happy to know Google has you covered. If you simply go to the Google search bar at the top of a Google search page and you begin the search a second time, you'll see your query appear in bold purple Check the entries you want to delete. On the Search History page, you will see all of your searches listed for the past few days. You can see older items by clicking the Older > button. Check the box next to each entry that you want to remove. You can use the categories on the left side of the page to narrow down the results that are displayed. If you have a Google account (for, say, Gmail) and have not specifically located and paused the Web History setting, then the search giant is keeping track of your searches and the sites you visited. Perhaps you want to keep some information, but delete other data; perhaps you just think it will look suspicious if you delete the entire browser history. Either way, you can select to delete the local record of any and all sites that you have visited since you started using Chrome.