How to Delete Your Browsing History on Opera

Hello, my name is David Reilly and welcome to “how-to”. In this tutorial, I’ll be showing you how to delete your browsing history on Opera. All browsers keep records of where you have been on the Internet and even store webpages and other files, such as graphics, in a local folder known as the “cache”. The cache folder can thus contain sensitive information. Similarly to the cache, the history of the sites you have visited may remain on a shared computer and account. If you do not want other users to know about the sites you have visited, you need to clear this type of data. Click on the Menu icon in the top left corner. Select History. Click Clear browsing data. Click the past hour. Select the beginning of time. You can select a different option if you decide not to erase your entire history. Uncheck the boxes next to Cookies and Cached images and files to stay logged into websites. Then finally Click Clear browsing data. Your internet history in Opera has now been removed. You have been watching a How-To tutorial from David Reilly. If you like this video give it a thumbs up and don’t forget to hit that subscribe button. Remember don’t be afraid to leave a comment below. Your ideas and suggestions are always welcome. Until the next time, take care everyone.

Comments 2

  • That doesn't work, now what?

  • Somewhat simplistic, don't rely on the method shown, files are hidden and stored in
    C:/users/AppData/Roaming/Opera Software/Opera Stable/-
    check files here such as History, Current Session, log & log.old and visited sites,
    best to open files in notepad to see what's in them
    as some I can't remember all but you may be surprised just how much is there

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