Most of us who own a Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8+ Plus smartphone may want to learn how we can clear the internet browser’s history from our smartphones. There are a number of reasons as to why anyone would want to delete their search history or the Internet browser history on their Galaxy S8 or Galaxy S8+ Plus smartphone.
From the guide provided below, you will learn how to effectively clear your browser history on either the Samsung Galaxy S8 or Galaxy S8+ Plus smartphone.
How to delete Internet browser history on Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8+ Plus
You will first be required to turn on the Samsung Galaxy S8 or S8+ Plus smartphone. Once your phone has been powered on, go to the Android browser and select the symbol designated by three dots. This is a symbol for the menu and clicking on it will bring up the browser menu. From the menu, click on the Settings option. In the settings, locate the option for Privacy and click on Delete Personal Date.
A list of web browser history will pop up from which you can select several options including whether or not you want to wipe the cache, history, site data or the cookies. You could also clear the auto fill as well as the password information. Once you are done selecting the data you want to clear from your Samsung Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8+ Plus, wait patiently for a short while as the process completes.
Deleting Google Chrome browser history from Samsung Galaxy S8 smartphone
Besides the Android Internet browser a good number of smartphone owners also use the Google Chrome internet browser. The process of deleting the Chrome history is typically similar to that of deleting Android Internet browser. Once at the three-dot menu symbol, select on the History and click on Clear Browsing Data. Proceed to highlight the options you would like to clear from Google Chrome browser.
With Google Chrome, there is an upside to it, that is, you can delete individual site visits rather than clearing everything or nothing at all. This leaves no clues of that you are trying to hide your tracks.