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Use Ctrl + Shift + Del to Delete all Your Browsing Data in Chrome
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Use Ctrl + Shift + Del to Delete all Your Browsing Data in Chrome

Your browsing data is critical. For corporates, it gives them more data points to profile, pack and sell you to the advertisers. On the personal front, there is nothing more humiliating than the name of that one embarrassing website popping up on the browser when you are typing in something important in front of your peers. But don't worry, there is a very straightforward and quick way to delete all that unwanted browsing history from Chrome.

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In Google Chrome, to remove the browsing history, all you need to do is use the keyboard shortcut Ctrl + Shift + Del. The shortcut will take you to Content browsing data tab in Google Chrome's advanced settings.

There you can choose what all data you want to deleted from Chrome. You can choose from browsing history to password to download history. Additionally, give 'the beginning of time' on the option asking 'obliterate the following items from', so that you can start surfing in the web with a clean slate.

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