Do you know that Google keeps track of your activities on the Internet? It tracks your web and app activities to make searches faster and provide custom experiences in Google products such as Search, Maps, YouTube, and more. However, using the Google Incognito function and deleting your browser history will not keep your data safe.
Many people mistakenly believe that removing their web search history will be sufficient to keep them safe and confidential. Unfortunately, this is not the case. Your Internet Service Provider (ISP) and Google can still see your identity even when you use incognito mode. If you’re concerned about data privacy and want to prevent others from seeing your online activity, follow the guide until the end.
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How to Manage Your Google Activity Controls
It is possible to turn off tracking. Google provides an option to disable Web and app Activity. Chromebook is a cloud-based operating system developed by Google, running on Chrome OS. Google applications are commonly used on Chromebooks, and these apps track Web and app activity.
Google Activity will persist in recording your search and browsing history unless you choose to disable it. To turn off Google Web and App Activity on Chromebook, follow these steps:
2. Click on the main menu button and select the Delete activity by option.
3. It will take you to a page where you can delete your Google history by topic or product. Select All Time, then click the Delete button.
4. You will get the Deletion Complete window; now, to close it, click on the Got it button.
That’s it; this is how you can delete Google Web and App Activity on Chromebook. However, if you want to delete the browsing history from your Google Chrome browser, then you can follow our guide on how to delete browsing history on your Chromebook.
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