Safari comes bundled with iOS and macOS, and serves as one of the highlights when it comes to Apple products. Despite some limitations, Safari is still the number one web browser on Mac thanks to its excellent performance.
However, Safari comes with the same old problem. Like any web browser, Safari keeps track of where you have been on the web. This comes in handy especially if you want to launch your recently-visited webpages in Safari. However, that also poses some possible privacy problems.
Fortunately, Safari allows you to clear your internet history on your Mac. And we will show you how it works in this post. Before we proceed, make sure that you are now running macOS Sierra.
Steps to clear your internet history in Safari on your Mac
Step one: Open Safari on your Mac and then hit Safari from the Menu bar at the top
Step two: From the drop-down menu, you simply need to click Clear History. After that, select how you wish to remove your internet history from the dialog box
Step three: You will be presented with four options including the last hour, today, today and yesterday and all history. Select all history option if you want to make sure that nobody knows where you have been on the web
Step four: Hit Clear History button to complete the task.
Note that clearing history will remove your web browsing history, tracking cookies and website data from Safari.
Steps to delete your browsing history in Safari for specific days on your Mac
Step one: First off, you need to open Safari on your Mac and then hit the History button from the Menu bar
Step two: Next up, select History from the pull-down menu
Step three: From here, you will see a list of all the sites you have visited along with dates. Now just simply right-click on the date you wish to remove and hit the Delete button.
Also read: Steps to create a shortcut on your Mac
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