When you sign in to Chrome with your Google Account, a whole lot of personal information is saved and synced to all your devices, but what if you want to delete everything stored in the cloud? To remove synchronized information.
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How to remove synchronized information
If you are already signed in to Chrome and Sync is enabled, burn up Chrome, click your profile picture and then click "Sync to." You can also write
chrome: // settings / people in the omnibox and press Enter.
Under the People heading, click "Synchronize and Google services".
Next, click "Chrome Sync Data" and a new tab will open.
If you're not signed in to Chrome on this device, you can still remove all your information from Google's servers by going to the Google Sync Settings page and logging in through your browser, it doesn't need not even be Chrome!
Once you've entered your email address and password, you'll be greeted with a list of all types of information stored in the cloud. Next to each entry is a number that indicates how many of each one is synchronized.
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Scroll to the bottom until you see "Reset synchronization." Click it to wipe all information from Google's servers.
Note! Click this button does not delete anything stored locally on your device. It deletes everything stored in the cloud and turns off device synchronization when they sign in to Chrome with this account. Copies of information stored on other devices will also not be deleted.
After clicking OK, a message stating that the synchronization has been cleared and
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chrome: // settings in your Omnibox and pressing Enter. Once in the Settings tab, scroll down to the bottom and click "Advanced."
Browse a little longer until
Then click on "Advanced" , select "All time" from the drop-down menu, tick all the information you want to remove from your browser and then click "Clear data".
Follow the instructions, and everything you have ever saved, done or visited in Google Chrome is wiped clean from your browser. The next time you fill out a form, try logging in, if you want to go to the site you visited last week, you need to dig deeper into your physical memory to complete these tasks.