erase browsing history

Internet Explorer

Step 1:

Click on 'Favourites' (red) or press CTRL+SHIFT+H to open the Favourites screen.

Step 2:

Click On the tab 'History' (red)  

Step 3:

Click on 'Today' (red) to view the visited websites.  

Step 4:

Search for the website '' and click with the right mouse button. Choose 'Erase'. Then press CTRL+SHIFT+H or the 'X' to close the screen.   


Step 1:

Click on 'History' (red) in the menu bar.  

Step 2:

Then click 'Show all history' (red).


Step 3:

Look for the website '' in the newly opened screen.  


Step 4:

Click on the right hand of the screen with the right mouse button and choose 'Erase' (red). Close the 'Library' screen.

Google Chrome

Step 1:

Click on the 'Tools' menu If you use a Mac and the menu is not visible in the toolbar, select 'History' from the menu.  

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Step 2:

Select 'History'.  


Step 3:

Click 'Process items'.  

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Step 4:

Search in the list for the website '' and select it by checking the box for it.  

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Step 5:

Then choose 'Erase selected items'.

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Step 6
Click 'OK' in the pop-up screen that reads 'Are you sure that you want to erase these pages from your history?' The site has been erased from the list. Close the screen. 

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"When I was 17, I fell in love with a boy that told me that he was being threatened by friends because he owed them money. He said that he could pay off his debt if I would go to bed with his friends. I did that for him. Afterwards, he forced me into prostitution and he took out loans in my name. I was able to flee after two years, but now I am left with huge debts from the loans taken out in my name." Maartje | the Netherlands