Clearing Google Cache To Hide Porn

To remove the risk of anyone seeing where you’ve been on the Internet while using Google to search for porn,  you have to try clearing your Google cache to hide porn. This information tracks what sites you’ve been to, what information you put into other sites, and what you’ve been doing on those sites. For those who are trying to remove incriminating evidence of porn or just trying to donate an old computer, these tips will help you prevent data theft, identity theft, and embarrassing situations. Listed below you will find information on clearing Google cache to hide porn.

To clear your Google cache to hide porn, you will need:

  • Computer
  • Keyboard
  • Internet access
  1. For Google Chrome users, click on the wrench icon in the right-hand corner. Click on History or press CTRL + H. This will bring you to a new tab that reveals the websites you’ve visited. In the right-hand corner is a link titled ‘Edit items, Click on it.
  2. Then click on ‘Clear all browsing data. This will pull up a pop-up window. Check the desired boxes. The options are: Clear browsing history, clear download history, empty the cache, delete cookies and other site data, clear saved passwords, and clear saved form data. You don’t have to delete your saved passwords, but everything else should be checked. You can also choose a time period for how much browsing history you delete. It can be from last hour, last day, last week, last four weeks, or everything. Once you’ve chosen your options, click delete and your porn will be gone.

By clearing Google cache to hide porn, you have saved yourself time from explaining what you have done on the Internet using Google.

 

 

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