How to Delete Login History on All Websites


Deleting login history for websites you visit is an important step to maintaining your Internet privacy. You can accomplish this task in all major web browsers, including Microsoft Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox and Google Chrome. Once you have removed the virtual footsteps from your browser, then people who use your computer won't know which sites you have logged into or visited.

  • Press the "Ctrl," "Shift" and "Del" keys to access the browsing history dialog box. This keyboard shortcut works on Internet Explorer, Firefox and Chrome.

  • Select all items from dialog box. Firefox users should also choose "Everything" from the "Time range to clear" drop-down menu. Chrome users should select "the beginning of time" from the "Obliterate the following items from" box. Internet Explorer will automatically erase data for each selected item.

  • Click the "Delete" button in Internet Explorer. Firefox users will click the "Clear Now" button while Chrome users need to select "Clear browsing data" button. You are finished after clicking the appropriate button.

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