Chrome is introducing a new feature that can erase 15 minutes of browser immediately
When you are in a hurry while browsing, you often forget to open an incognito tab. We don’t notice it, especially on our personal devices, until someone else uses our phone’s browser. When you forget to do so, it’s a great hustle to select and clear out the stuff. Google is planning to make that hustle easy for you.
As per information from Chrome’s story, we found an indication that Google is working towards some new features. The feature is named “quick delete” and could erase 15 minutes of your browser history immediately.
The feature will be available at the bar containing three dots on the right corner of your page. Although we are unsure whether it would erase all history or just the most recent use of history,
Google previously provided this feature in 2021, with the ability to erase 15 minutes of data history.This feature doesn’t require any special protocols and can erase your browser history along with other account activities. Later, its functionality was shifted to Android in 2022. Currently, Google is planning to bring that feature back.
However, we are not fully sure about when this feature will be launched by Google. We need to wait for it to be launched and presented publicly.
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