Cover Your Tracks Online If you are worried about someone finding out that you've been on this website, follow the instructions below to remove the information from your phone, tablet or laptop. Then learn how to open a private browsing window which doesn't store any information about any of the sites you visit. Delete your browsing data Chrome & Android: Open the Chrome app . Tap More Settings Under Advanced, tap Privacy then clear browsing data. At the top, tap the dropdown under Clear data from the. Choose a time period, such as past hour or past day... Select the types of information you want to remove. Tap Clear data. Safari & iOS: Open the Settings and tap on Safari. Tap the link Clear History and Website Data at the bottom. You’ll be presented with a popup warning you that this action will clear your history, cookies, and other browsing data from this and any other devices (iPads too) signed into your iCloud account. Tap Clear History and Data and everything will be erased. Open Internet Explorer. IE 9: In the upper right corner, click the gear icon IE 8: From the Tools menu choose Internet Options and choose Internet Options On the General tab, under Browsing history, click Delete. Un-check the Preserve Favourites website data box. Check the Temporary Internet files,Cookies, and History boxes. The Form data, Passwords, and inPrivate Filtering data boxes may be left un-checked. You can check them to delete this data if you so choose. Click Delete. Click OK, then close the Internet Explorer window and reopen. Firefox: Tap the Menu button Select Settings (you may need to tap More first). Scroll down to the Privacy & Security section and choose Clear private data. Select the items you want to clear and then tap Clear data. Internet Explorer: Private browsing Follow these steps to open a secure window that stores nothing about your activity on your device. Online services may still be able to see what you get up to but it won't leave any traces of your activity (no history, web cache, cookies, etc) Chrome & Android: Open the Chrome app . Tap More New Incognito tab. A new window will open. In the top right, check for the gray Incognito icon . iOS: On your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch, open Safari, then tap . Tap Private, then tap Done. Safari: Hold down Command+Shift+N. This will open a new window with private browsing enabled. Alternatively, go to File > New Private Window. Internet Explorer: Open Browsing window, Hold down Ctrl+Shift+P shortcut key, Or go to Menu > Safety > InPrivate Browsing Firefox: Open Browser Click the menu button and then click New Private Window Private Browsing windows have a purple mask at the top.