It is undeniable that Google Chrome is a powerful browser that has been widely used for more than ten years, starting from 2008. This browser is considered to be a new stage of speedy and convenient browsing. While it is not as lean as it used to be, it is always the most popular browser on the current market.
In the context of daily life, you will not need to spend much of your time on messing around with browser settings. More precisely, all you need is to open a tab and off when you go. Also, you can enter its settings for a safer experience.
Before starting to tweak, it is necessary for you to clean up the mess that has just been constructed already. If you choose Advanced from the Settings page then opt Clear browsing data, you can remove all the cookies in Chrome together with other pictures and temporary data saved on your local computer.
You can make use of the Advanced tab in order to get more control for what is already deleted and the utilize the Time range in order to choose how far back the clear-out goes. In case you want to remove all the spots of your browsing on your current computer without having to influence the history that Google has done for you, you had better sign out first. This step should be done periodically.
Set your browsing data to self-destruct
Google takes advantage of the data it gathers about you in Chrome in order to predict what you are going to do a search. It depends on you how much you trust Google with your data. From the Settings tab, you should click Sync and Google devices then Control how your browsing history is used, finally choose Manage activity. This will help you remain a balance between privacy and convenience. You can tell the browser to delete your browsing history in an automatic manner after three months. This three-month auto-delete option will be placed at the top.