Delete history from Chrome browser

Delete history Chrome.

There are several reasons why you might want to delete your browsing history in Google Chrome:

  1. Privacy concerns: Your browsing history contains a record of all the websites you have visited, and it can reveal a lot about your online activities. Deleting your history helps protect your privacy by removing this detailed record of your browsing habits.
  2. Personal security: Clearing your browsing history can be important if you're using a shared computer or if you're concerned about others accessing your browsing data. Removing your history prevents others from seeing which websites you have visited and what you have searched for.
  3. Freeing up storage space: Over time, your browsing history can accumulate and take up valuable storage space on your device. Deleting your history can help free up storage and potentially improve the performance of your browser.
  4. Starting with a clean slate: Deleting your history allows you to start fresh without any previously visited websites or search suggestions. This can be useful if you want a clean browsing experience or if you're troubleshooting issues with specific websites.

It's important to note that clearing your browsing history will remove all records of websites you've visited, including saved passwords and login information for websites. If you want to maintain certain saved data while removing your history, you can consider using Chrome's selective history deletion options or using browser extensions that allow more granular control over your browsing data.

This command deletes the History from Chrome browser.

del C:\Users\%username%\AppData\Local\Google\Chrome\"User Data"\Default\History

To download the command click here.
Once downlod complete, import it throw the import option in the Custom command section.

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