Yeah I typed in something and then saw it ended up in the search history. I was doing some research to prove some dumb dumbs wrong and then wanted to remove it from the history but could not...
Yea you can.
I've been playing around with it for a few days as an expirament.
Go to Google.com then click "search history" log in.
Next click Remove items
on the left.
In the thumbnail above: Clear entire Search History
will deleted your entire your history. However, it may
still be left on Google's severs.
Finally who cool feature that I thought was neat, was the pause
button. Supposively it won't store any information you type while you are logged in. (I may be iffy to trusting the 'pause' button).
Howevre, nonetheless, I think it's a cool idea to record this for personal referrence, however, I wouldn't logged everything I search on Google into it.
To get to this menu you simply click the Remove Items
on the side.
You simply select the choice you want to remove and then click the REmove
Is there a way to see search history from your IP if you weren't logged in?
No. Google probably could look you up if they really wanted to.
Edited by yano, 11 April 2006 - 07:56 PM.