To surf the web we have to use web browsers like Microsoft Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome, etc. While surfing lot of data is stored in browsers history like websites offline files which can take lot of your hard disk space, sites list visited in past, website passwords etc which can weaken your computer and data security, fills lot of your hard disk space.
There are many things stored as you surf the web and mostly you don’t like that anyone can access those data. To get rid of this problem it is better to delete your browser data. It is very easy job to cleanup your browser data. Deleting data can be little different to browser to browser I am going to tell you how to delete browsing data of Internet Explorer, Firefox and Google Chrome.
Internet Explorer: To clear browsing data from Internet Explorer 6 or 7 go to Tools menu –> Internet Options. (To show menu bar in IE 7 press Alt key on your keyboard) On General Option you will find Browser History section and click Delete button and choose which data you want to delete or you can use “Delete all” browsing data.
Mozilla Firefox: On Firefox Tools menu choose “Clear Private Data” (Shortcut key – Ctrl+Shift+Delete Key) check all options you want to delete and click “Clear Private Data Now” to clear Firefox browsing data.
Google Chrome: On Google Chrome click customize and control button from menu choose “Clear Browsing Data” and select whatever you want to delete.
If you use more than one browser and want to delete all your browsing data then you can use free software CCleaner it can delete Temporary Internet Files, Cookies, History and other browsing data from your computer its supports all major Browsers. It also supports Google Chrome.