Throughout the day, the week, the month ... we look at dozens, hundreds of web pages referring to as many search terms. Some search terms, for whatever reason, can lead to misunderstandings, reflect part of our personality or leave us in evidence in front of others. For this, browsers offer the user a very simple way to delete all these elements, saved in a section of said browsers called 'Browsing history'. In this section we will find all the pages we visit. And if we do not delete it, the history will remain there, in view of whoever takes our computer, open the corresponding browser and go in to take a look.
Delete your trace in Google Chrome when you exit automatically
In an ideal world, we would all avoid taking a look at the browsing history of others. But since we do not live in one, and we fear for our privacy, it would be convenient to delete the history from time to time so that it is not stored longer than it should. It happens that you may be very clueless and forget to do it periodically. Don't worry, because browsers also tend to remember us, the clueless ones, and offer us the possibility of deleting themselves, automatically, every time we close the tab. We are going to teach you how to do it in the Google Chrome browser, since it is one of the most used in the world.
Unfortunately, the Google Chrome settings do not allow this option, so we will have to download a third-party plug-in to do this hard work. Its name is Auto History Wipe and it will erase our history every time we close and open the browser again. The plugin ensures that it does nothing more than this task and only activates when it has to, so it will not take power or performance from your laptop.
Installing it is very simple, you just have to enter this link and, at the moment you download it, it will be installed and you will be able to see it along with your other add-ons. You don't have to do anything else, just install it and it will take care of erasing your history every time you exit Chrome. This way you will be sure that nobody will spy what you watch on the net.