Deleting old Google searches permanently

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Hello every one,

How do I clear old Google searches ?

I have already deleted my cookie files and temp internet files.

But still the problem likely to persist .

Is there any real solution to this problem from any of you?

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Answered By 0 points N/A #79988

Deleting old Google searches permanently

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Hi Stefan,

If you have deleted your browsing history, it is gone and you cannot retrieve it. You have to do this after every browsing session if you want it totally clean. You can have the computer wipe its own browsing history on log out under internet properties I understand you already went to the internet options and clicked on the delete old history and cookies and it did not work. If you use two different web browsers, you have to clean both. You can also change the internet settings so it does not keep your browsing history. 

You still go to internet properties and this would be under content. Then go to browsing history. Uncheck everything. The next thing you have to do is download ccleaner from ccleaner.com. There is a paid version and a free version. Download the free version. This will clean your computer of everything junk and fix your registry. 

 

Answered By 0 points N/A #79989

Deleting old Google searches permanently

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You can go to internet settings and from there you can delete your past history as per your requirements. Please follow these steps to make it available.

Go to START and select Control panel.

From control panel choose internet settings.

Here you can delete your browser history choose DELETE

And in next window check all that options you want to delete. It will delete all your previous cookie and any file or address you use on searching.

You can also check the mark " Delete browse history on exit " to delete these files from your pc when the session is closed.

I hope this will help you a lot. Please see the picture also for more info.

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