How to Remove A Single Website from Browser History

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Remove A Single Website from Browser History

Learn how to remove a single website from browser history. Read this to selectively remove websites history from Firefox, Chrome or Internet Explorer.

To remove your trail on computer from accessing particular websites you need to remove them from browser history. While deleting all histories leads to suspicion, selectively remove individual website will be a wise option.

Each browser has their own setting and user interface, hence you will find it rather difficult removing one website history from related browser.

So here I am going to show you how to remove a single website from browser history on Firefox, Chrome and Internet Explorer

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Remove a Single Website from Browser History

  • Chrome

Chrome allows you to easily remove a single website or more. First, select Chrome option on the top right corner then select “history”.

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Next, tick a website or two then click Remove selected items. Then, a pop up message for confirmation click “Remove”. You can use search form if you can’t find your intended websites.

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Remove selected items
  • Internet Explorer

Internet Explorer offers more option deleting website history. You can delete a website page or website including all sub website pages on it.

1. Delete single website page history on Internet Explorer

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First, click on star icon favorite menu internet explorer. Next, find your intended website to delete. You can sort it by date. Then expand from the main domain website and scroll down to find the page. Next, right click on it then “Delete”.

2. Delete single website and all sub pages history on Internet Explorer

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Do the same step as above. This time right click on the website main domain, ie: google.com. Next, right click it then choose delete. All website histories from google.com will be erased.

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  • Firefox

Similar to Internet Explorer, Firefox allows you to whether delete single website page only or website and all its sub pages history. Here is how;

1. Delete a single visited website history

First, click History on menu bar then choose “Show All History” or you can easily do shortcut CTRL + SHIFT + H. Next, find your website on the list then right click it. Then, click “Delete This Page” on the popup menu.

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2. Delete a single visited website history and all sub pages (forget site)

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Do the same step above but now choose “Forget About This Site”. This option allows you to remove and forget the website including all sub-pages you had visited. Just like you never visit this website, browser will forget entire history about this single site. Take a look at example above, if I click “Forget About This Site” for Google.com, all sub pages below from domain google.com will also be deleted.

That is how to remove a single website from browser history. It helps you to keep secret your visited sites. All data including history, cache, cookies will be deleted. So, if you have been logged to that website, you will automatically logged out. Then what about downloaded files, are they deleted too? worry not, they left untouched. You have to delete it manually.

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