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Clear Browsing History in Edge Browser | Windows 10

The Teacher

Microsoft Edge is the new browser that comes with Windows 10. You can easily view, manage and delete browser history, and other data like, clearing Cookies, Passwords, Temporary Internet Files, and other Cache.

In this short Microsoft Edge Tutorial, you will learn to clear internet data, and you have the choice to what to save, and what to clear?

Open Edge Browser, and click the three lines Hub button. In the Hub pane, click the Clock History button. Below you will see the Browser History by dates, and you can click to see the pages you visited. Click “Clear All History”, and then make check marks on the items that you want to remove. You can also click “Show More” link to see other items, that you may be interested in clearing.

Once you are done checking all the items, click Clear, and you are all done. If you are using a Public Computer, like on Internet Café, to access your email or social networking account, then you can use In-Private browsing option. If you don’t want to leave any trace or evidence of your browsing history, or search, for others to see, then open Edge Browser, and then click “New In-Private Window” from the More Action menu, or you can press Control + Shift + P, to open a new In-Private session window. Edge will launch a new browser session, that won’t keep any information about webpages you visit, or searches you perform. Closing the browser window will end your In-Private Browsing session.

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