contador web Saltar al contenido

How to delete everything that was accessed today in Chrome | Browsers

Chrome allows you to delete browsing data for a specific period. The resource is useful for those who forgot to open the private browser window to access a certain website and would not like to leave it registered. It is possible to remove the history of the day, week or last hour. In this way, the oldest data will be preserved.

Check out, in the following step by step, how to clear the Chrome history of the day or a specific period. The procedure was performed in the version of Google's browser for macOS, but the tips also apply to users of Windows PCs.

Chrome bug lets hacker 'control mouse'; see how to protect yourself

Learn how to erase Chrome's browsing history for a specific period Photo: Melissa Cruz / TechTudoLearn how to erase Chrome's browsing history for a specific period Photo: Melissa Cruz / TechTudo

Learn how to erase Chrome's browsing history for a specific period Photo: Melissa Cruz / TechTudo

Step 1. Access the Chrome menu, go to "History" and click "History";

Open Chrome's browsing history Photo: Reproduction / Helito BijoraOpen Chrome's browsing history Photo: Reproduction / Helito Bijora

Open Chrome's browsing history Photo: Reproduction / Helito Bijora

Step 2. Then click on "Clear browsing data" on the left side of the page;

Click on the option indicated Photo: Reproduo / Helito BijoraClick on the option indicated Photo: Reproduo / Helito Bijora

Click on the option indicated Photo: Reproduo / Helito Bijora

Step 3. In "Time interval", select the desired option and, finally, click "Clear data".

Select the period in which the history will be erased Photo: Reproduo / Helito BijoraSelect the period in which the history will be erased Photo: Reproduo / Helito Bijora

Select the period in which the history will be erased Photo: Reproduo / Helito Bijora

Ready. Take advantage of the tips to delete the recent websites that you have accessed without having to lose all browsing history.