We understand that you may wish to hide your visit of our site so we have prepared this short tutorial for you. Should you need to immediately need to hide your page please use ‘Hide My Page’ the tab on the right hand side of the screen. You will be directed to the google.co.uk homepage.
If you wish to hide your history please read the following instructions.
Websites, links and web pages that you visit are stored in temporary folders on your computer’s/device’s hard drive. It is possible to see which websites you have visited by viewing the files in these temporary folders.
If you don’t want people seeing which websites you’ve visited, you’ll need to do the following:
Delete all temporary internet files from your hard disk.
Delete all web links in your history folder
In Microsoft Edge
Click on the browser menu.
Select Settings and more > Settings > Privacy, search, and services.
Under Clear browsing data, select Choose what to clear.
Under Time range, choose a time range, to remove all of your history select “All Time”.
Select the check box next to each data type you’d like to clear, and then select Clear now.
If you’d like, you can select Choose what to clear every time you close the browser and choose which data types should be cleared.
Google Chrome on computers
At the top right, click More.
Click History and then History.
On the left, click Clear browsing data.
Select how much history you want to delete.
To clear everything, select “All time”.
Tick the boxes for the info that you want Chrome to clear, including Browsing history. Learn more about the types of browsing data that you can delete.
Click Clear data.
Google Chrome on Android
Open the Chrome app Chrome.
At the top right, tap More More and then History.
If your address bar is at the bottom, swipe up on the address bar. Tap History History.
Tap Clear browsing data.
Next to ‘Time range’:
To clear a portion of your history, select the dates.
To clear everything, tap All time.
Tick the box next to ‘Browsing history’.
Untick any other data that you don’t want to delete.
Tap Clear data.
Google Chrome on iPhone and iPad
Tap More More and then History.
At the bottom, tap Clear browsing data.
Tick Browsing history. It may be ticked by default.
Untick any other items that you don’t want to delete.
Tap Clear browsing data and then Clear browsing data.
At the top right, tap Done.
Click the menu button to open the menu panel.
Click History and select Clear Recent History…
Select how much history you want to clear:
Click the drop-down menu next to Time range to clear to choose how much of your history Firefox will clear (the last hour, the last two hours, the last four hours, the current day or everything).
Clear recent history
Use the check boxes to select what information you want to clear from your history. Your choices are described in the What information is included in my history? section above.
Click the OK button. The window will close and the items you’ve selected will be cleared from your history.
To clear your history and cookies, go to Settings > Safari, and tap Clear History and Website Data. Clearing your history, cookies and browsing data from Safari won’t change your AutoFill information.
iPhone Safari Settings showing Clear history and website data.
To clear your cookies and keep your history, go to Settings > Safari > Advanced > Website Data, then tap Remove All Website Data.
To visit sites without leaving history, turn Private Browsing on.
Go to your Browsing History.
Select Remove from view below each item you’d like to remove. To remove all items, select Manage history and then select Remove all items from view.
Amazon Kindle Fire
Select Apps & Games from the Settings menu.
Select Amazon Application Settings > Silk Browser > Privacy > Clear browsing data.
Check the boxes next to data you want to clear then select Clear Data.
If you’re not signed in
To clear a single search from history, on the Search History page, click the X next to the search you want to delete.
To clear all of your search history, on the Search History page, under Change history settings, click Clear all. This deletes any search history on this device.
If you’re signed in to a Microsoft account
On your Microsoft Privacy dashboard, under Clear search history, click Clear search history, and then click Clear. This deletes any search history associated with your Microsoft account.
If you’re signed in to a work or school account
On the Search History page, under Clear search history, click Clear all, and then click Yes. This deletes any search history associated with that account.
It is also possible enable ‘Send “Do Not Track” requests’.