Erasing all data from Chrome is a simple task. The user can remove the history of websites accessed, cookies, cache, downloads, saved passwords, app data, automatic form filling information and more. It is possible to clean completely or select a specific period, such as the last hour, day, week and month. The data will be erased from your PC and other devices connected to your Google account.
In the following tutorial, check out how to delete all Chrome data on your computer. The procedure was performed in the browser version for macOS, but the tips also apply to Windows PCs.
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Step 1. Open the Chrome menu, go to "History" and press the "History" option. If you prefer, you can also access the history by pressing the shortcut keys "Ctrl H" in Windows or "Command Y" in macOS;
Access the Chrome history Photo: Reproduo / Helito Beggiora
Step 2. Then, access the "Clear browsing data" section, on the left side column;
Open the indicated option Photo: Reproduo / Helito Beggiora
Step 3. In the "Basic" tab, you can delete the browsing history, cookies and cache. To do this, choose the desired period and press the "Clear data" button;
Erasing basic Chrome data Photo: Reproduo / Helito Beggiora
Step 4. In addition to the items above, if you also want to delete the download history, saved passwords, app data, autofill information and more, access the "Advanced" tab. Mark the desired items, choose the period and select "Clear data" to perform the action.
Erasing advanced Chrome data Photo: Reproduo / Helito Beggiora
Ready! Take advantage of tips to erase all Chrome data on your computer.
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