When you sign in to Chrome with your Google Account, a lot of your personal information is stored and synced across all your devices. But what if you want to delete everything stored in the cloud? To remove your synced information:
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Delete synced information
If you're already signed in to Chrome and syncing is turned on Start Chrome, click on your profile picture and then click on "Synchronize with". You can also type
chrome: // settings / people into the omnibox and press Enter.
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then click "Data from Chrome Sync." A new The tab will open.
If you're not signed in to Chrome on this device, you can still delete all of your information from Google's servers by going to your page for the Switching Google Account sync and signing in through your browser – but this is not the case It does not even have to be Chrome!
Once you have entered your email address and password, you will be greeted with a list of all information stored in the cloud. Next to each entry is a number that indicates how many of them are currently synchronized.
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Scroll down below until "Reset Sync" is displayed. Click to clear all information from Google's servers.
Note: Click this button does not delete what is stored locally on your device. It deletes everything that's stored in the cloud and disables sync between devices when you're signed in to Chrome with that account. The copy of information stored on other devices will also not be deleted.
After you click OK, a request to clear sync appears
If you absolutely want to remove everything that is stored on your local computer, you can delete all browsing data from your browser's settings. You can do this by typing
chrome: // settings in your omnibox and pressing Enter. When you are in the Settings tab, scroll down and click Advanced.
Scroll down a little Click on it.
Then click "Advanced". Select "All time" from the drop-down menu. For information you want to clear in your browser, click "Clear Data."
Follow the instructions, and anything you've saved, done, or visited in Google Chrome will be deleted from your browser. Next time you fill out a form, try logging in and the page you visited last week will need to go deeper into your physical memory to complete these tasks.