Do you need to quickly delete your clear browsing history chrome? No need to dig through the three menus, it’s just a single keyboard shortcut and a few clicks. Here’s how to do it.
First, open “Chrome”. Press the following three key shortcut combinations depending on your platform in any window.
- Windows or Linux: Press Ctrl + Shift + Delete
- Mac: Press Command + Shift + Backspace. (On a Mac, the delete/backspace key is marked “Erase”. Note that pressing the Delete key next to the Home and Edit keys don’t work.)
- Chromebook: Press Ctrl + Shift + Backspace.
- iPhone and iPad (connected to keyboard): Press Command + Y.
After pressing the shortcut on Windows, Linux, Mac or Chrome book, a “Settings” tab will open and a “Clear Browsing Data” will pop up. Select the option of your choice, then click on your “Clear Data” icon to see all deleted. If you want to make it completely hands-free, press “Tab” until you select the “Clear Data” button, then press “Enter” or “Return”.
You see that at the bottom of the window is “clear browsing history chrome data”. Click here, and at that point, you will see a “Reasonably Understandable Information” window. Tap the “Reasonable browsing information/data” button beneath, at that point affirm.
Your history will clear the level you have chosen. Repeat whenever you want.