If you work at some place (or live), where people can go through your search history, then it is as bad as it can get.

Letting anyone through your google search, is like letting them peep in your parlance of thinking.

The only way out is to armor yourself with the knowledge of deleting your Google Search History.

So, to save yourself from unseen harms, go through our quick guides.

How to delete your Google search history from your Google Account on a mobile device?

Step 1:  Visit Google.com on your mobile browser.

Step 2:  Make sure that you are logged into your own google account. Then, hit the three horizontal lines, on the top left corner of your screen.

Step 3:  From the appeared menu, select, “Your data in Search”.

Step 4:  Select “Manage your Search history”, near the bottom of your screen.

Step 5: Now, you have options to delete:

  1. Tap the “X” icon to delete each listing.
  2. Tap, “Delete” button to delete all of your search history.
  3. Or decide to tap, Delete today, Delete custom range, Delete all time, or turn on Auto-delete, from the popped menu.

Pick the option as your requirement.

How to delete your Google search history from your Google Account On Safari?

Step 1:  Open up Safari browser, and opt for “History” from the top menu bar.

Step 2:  Select from the following option, the time period for which you want your history to be deleted:

  1. The last hour
  2. Today
  3. Today and yesterday
  4. Or all history

Step 3:  Click Clear History.

How to delete your Google search history from your Google Account on Google Chrome?

Step 1:  Open up the chrome browser, and hit “History” from the dropdown menu, opened after clicking on the three dots from the right top corner of your screen.

Note: For the apple devices, you are required to click on the “History” option in the top menu bar.

Step 2:  Click Show Full History.

Step 3:  Click Clear browsing data.

Step 4: Select from the drop down menu of Time Range, the time period for which you want your search history to vanish.

Hit, “Clear Data”.