Are you tired of your search history following you around on Google? Don’t worry, deleting your search history is quick and easy. Here’s how to delete history on Google in just a few simple steps.

Step 1: Navigate to My Activity

First, you need to navigate to the My Activity section of your Google account. You can do this by visiting or by clicking on the three horizontal lines in the top left corner of the Google homepage and selecting “My Activity.”

Step 2: Select and Delete

Once you’re in the My Activity section, you’ll be able to see all of your Google activity, including your search history. To delete your search history, simply click on the three vertical dots in the top right corner of the item you want to delete, and select “Delete.”

You can also select multiple items at once by clicking on the check boxes on the left-hand side of each item, and then clicking the “Delete” button at the top of the page.

Step 3: Customize Your Settings

If you want to automatically delete your search history after a certain amount of time, you can customize your settings in the “Activity Controls” section of your Google account. Here, you can choose to automatically delete your activity after three months, 18 months or “Never.”

Step 4: Clear Your Cache and Cookies

To completely clear your search history, you should also clear your browser’s cache and cookies. This will ensure that no traces of your activity remain on your device.

To clear your cache and cookies, simply open your browser settings and find the option to clear your browsing data. Select “Cookies and other site data” and “Cached images and files” and click “Clear data.”

In conclusion, deleting your search history on Google is a simple process. Just navigate to the My Activity section of your Google account, select the items you want to delete, and customize your settings to suit your preferences. Don’t forget to clear your cache and cookies to ensure that your history is completely erased. By following these steps, you can browse the web with peace of mind, knowing that your activity is private and secure.