Have you ever caught your spouse searching for clues on who you meet and what you do online with a spying glass? After he claimed your sign-in passwords for e-mails and social networks, dissecting your entire browsing history including your downloads, sites you most frequently visit, your online shopping activities etc., must be in his mind to know what you do and are online. However, no matter we love our spouse we would not surely put up with this â€˜Big Brotherâ€™ trait in them. Now, there are two ways to address these issues â€“ either you confront your spouse (or you pick up a fight) or you adopt techniques to hide or delete Internet browsing history from him. If you choose the latter, then following are some smart tricks to keep your Internet browsing history under wraps.
Private browsing feature
Most of the Internet browsers provide with private browsing feature to allow you to surf Internet secretly without leaving trades of your Internet browsing history. Thus, you can browse without storing data for your spouse to find any cues of sites you visited. So, now, private browsing feature is known by different names on different browser platforms. On Google Chrome browser, it is â€˜Incognitoâ€™ that can be accessible from â€˜Toolsâ€™ option. Likewise, private web browsing feature on Apple Safari and Mozilla Firefox is called â€˜Private Browsingâ€™ and â€˜InPrivate Modeâ€™ on Internet Explorer.
Delete Google Search History Â Â
Do you want to conduct Google search covertly? Well, you can delete browsing history from â€˜google.com/historyâ€™. First, you need to sign in with your Google account, then, choose â€˜Remove all web historyâ€™. Thus, you can rub out the Internet browsing history and can also prevent recording data on your Google search.
Along with these techniques, make sure you â€“
- Remove cookies and cache from any Internet browser you use.
- Remove search history from the Google Toolbar Help Center
- Delete browsing history from the browser you use. Delete history from â€˜Toolsâ€™ option in Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox and Google Chrome browser.
Other than these, consult with your current Internet service provider to learn some additional tips to browse secretly and how to keep Internet browsing history private.