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removing the last search item from the google

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can any body help me how to remove the last words from the search engine Google?

Edited by MrPC, 08 February 2007 - 01:37 PM.

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It would help if you included what operating system and browser type you are using.

They are not all created equal.

Assuming you are in a windows environment you can go to:

That will erase everything in the search history list. I don't know that you can eliminate only the last item searched for.
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To simply clear the current search history:

1. Click the Googlebar logo
2. Select the “Clear Search History” option

In Internet Explorer

The search history that displays in the search box on the Google homepage is stored by your browser, not by Google. You can clear the history or disable this feature entirely by following these steps:

1. Go to the “Tools” menu
2. Select “Internet Options”
3. Select the “Content” tab
4. Within the “Personal Information” area, select “AutoComplete”
* To clear the current history, click on “Clear Forms”
* To disable this feature entirely, uncheck the “Forms” box


Edited by SRX660, 08 February 2007 - 04:08 PM.

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