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Follow these steps to delete your browser's history.
How can I delete items I have been to on Google?
That question could mean a couple of things: the history of web sites you've visited, or perhaps the responses that auto-fill shows you as you type in your next Google search. The "trick" is that neither has anything to do with Google at all. But both have everything to do with your browser.
If you just want to delete the list of sites you've visited, whether you found them via Google or got to them some other way, you need to clear your browser's history and cache. In Internet Explorer:
If what concerns you is the list of previous search terms that start to show as you type in a new search term for Google, that's just your browser's AutoComplete feature at work. It works on most web forms, and the Google search page is just one of those forms. To delete the contents of the AutoComplete list in Internet Explorer:
Your Google AutoComplete history, as well as the AutoComplete history for any other web forms is now erased.
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