You might be wondering how to delete your incognito history on Chrome, Firefox, or Safari. Here’s how to do it on each browser.
How to delete incognito history on Chrome
Chrome offers a few different ways to delete your incognito browsing history.
-Click the three dots in the top right corner of the Chrome window, select “Settings,” and then click “History.”
-Select the time period you want to delete from the list on the left, and then click “Delete” on the right.
-If you don’t want to delete your entire browsing history, you can select specific websites or search terms and choose to keep them hidden from history logs.
How to delete incognito history on Firefox
If you’re using Firefox, you can delete your incognito history by following these steps:
1. Open Firefox and click the Menu button (top-left corner of the browser window).
2. Click the History tab.
3. Under the “History” heading, click the “Deleted items” button.
4. In the “Deleted items” window, select all the items that you want to delete, and then click the “Delete” button.
How to delete incognito history on Safari
If you want to delete your incognito history on Safari, follow these steps:
1. Open Safari and visit the website you want to erase your incognito history for.
2. Click the three lines in the top left corner of the website window.
3. Under “History,” click the “History” tab.
4. Under “History Type,” select “Incognito History.”
5. Click the “x” next to the item you want to delete.
6. Close Safari, and you’re done!
How to delete incognito history on Opera
If you’re looking to erase all traces of your browsing history on Opera, there’s a quick and simple way to do it. Just open the Opera menu (by clicking the three lines in the upper-right corner of the browser window), select “Preferences,” then click the “Privacy & Security” tab. Under “History,” click the “Delete” button next to “All History.” You’ll be asked if you’re sure you want to delete your history; click “Yes.” Once your history has been cleared, Opera will ask if you want to reload the page. Click “No,” then close Preferences.