How to Clear Browsing Data in Google Chrome?

I can't find the option to clear my browsing data in Google Chrome. Can someone guide me through the steps?

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Sure, below I'll explain how to clear your browsing data in Google Chrome for both desktop and mobile versions. This guide will assist you in clearing your browsing history, cookies, cached files and other types of data. **On desktop:** 1. Open Google Chrome. 2. At the top right corner, click on the three dots to open the menu. 3. From the dropdown menu, hover over 'More tools' and then click on 'Clear browsing data'. 4. In the new tab that opens, at the top, select a time range (like 'Last hour', 'Last 24 hours', 'Last 7 days', 'Last 4 weeks', or 'All time') to decide how much data you want to delete. 5. Check the boxes for the types of information that you want to remove. This can include 'Browsing history', 'Cookies and other site data', 'Cached images and files', 'Passwords and other sign-in data', 'Auto-fill form data', etc. Select as per your preference. 6. Click 'Clear data'. **On Android/iOS devices:** 1. Open the Chrome app. 2. Tap on the three dots at the top right corner of the screen (on iOS devices the three dots might be at the bottom right corner) to open the menu. 3. Tap on 'History' then tap on 'Clear browsing data'. 4. You'll see a checklist of different types of data. Check the ones you wish to remove, and also select the time range same as the desktop version. 5. Tap 'Clear data'. Please remember that this action will not delete bookmarks or your Google search history if you are signed into your Google account on Chrome. If you wish to delete all your Google search activity, you will need to do so from your Google account settings. I hope this helps!
Answered on August 25, 2023.
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