How do you delete Google search history in IE and Firefox?
Google appears to put frequently searched items at top of web page plus noting how many times a user has looked for a specific entry.
Top of the page, it says History; click on that, you get a drop down box, at top it says, Show All History; click on that; box comes up that says Library; at top, click Organize; drop down will have a selection that says, Delete; the highlighted item in the box will be deleted when you click Delete.
by Cindy Murdoch 6 years ago
How do I delete temporary files, cookies, etc. on Firefox?I have recently started using Firefox and cannot figure out where to click to delete these files to keep things cleaned up. Can someone please help?I know on explorer I would click on the gear, but I can't figure this one out.
by Teri Silver 2 months ago
How do I get the f!ng$#! softcore porn ads from Google OFF of my articles! I've contacted Google a number of times but it does no good. Been going on for weeks. The only other place these ads show up is the Words with Friends game (which we call Words with Porn) that I play on FB. ...
by Mmargie1966 6 years ago
When you delete a hub, how long does it take before it disappears from Google search?I have deleted a hub by request. I have re-written this hub in a completely different manner, yet I am unable to publish it due to it having "duplicate" content. I've researched this and the...
by Irfan 7 years ago
Do you ever click the ads when searching for something on google.you know the ads that come up on the right hand side of the screen when you do a search. I very rarely cick on them. Just wondering how many people actually use them.
by Thomas F. Wuthrich 4 years ago
Avast Security software and Google Chrome are conducting some sort of war...and it is adversely affecting searchers ability to reach our hubs. Anyone using the Chrome browser (not just us hubbers) who has the Avast software on his machine will (when searching for a hub) have the link to that...
by Writer Fox 4 years ago
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