Google allows you to clear your last 15 searches

Google allows you to clear your last 15 searches

Tech Highlights:

  • While in the Google Search app, you can go to your settings. From there, you will see the history tab. Immediately under it, you will see the “Delete last 15 mins” button. From there, it’s simple. It’s not hard to see why this is a neat feature. You can make the joke about wiping out inappropriate searches, but there are other applications. The ads that get blasted at you are based on your recent searches. These pop up all over your feed and websites. If you go off the beaten path with your searches, you will be shown ads that aren’t in line with what you look up.

  • Face it, there are some search results that you don’t want to have kept to your history. Google has an answer for this, which is good news for you. You may now rapidly delete the previous 15 minutes’ worth of search history thanks to a new Search function. Droid-Life noticed this rollout. The business recently unveiled this new search tool. This year’s Google I/O attendees should be aware of the new Search feature. It was announced at the time, but it took the business a few months to effectively roll it out. It is currently only available for iOS devices, thus the rollout is still ongoing.

Also, if you look up something sensitive that you don’t want people to know about, those can be reflected in your ads. Say, you have a certain embarrassing medical condition that you don’t want others to know about. You wouldn’t want ads pertaining to that condition posted all over your browser. We don’t know when to expect this feature to arrive on Android devices, so you may want to hold off on any questionable searches until then. Google is rolling out some changes to Google search for desktops. Google is getting ready for the launch of the Pixel 6, rolling out new Google Drive app features, and gathering feedback about the latest Android 12 beta. Regardless of these things it’s doing for mobile, it still makes time for its browser.

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Google has been working on rolling out dark mode for its search website. There will be an icon that’s to the left of your profile picture that will toggle the dark mode. This will change the theme for the entire background to a dark gray color with the text going white. It will also be moving the settings to the top of the browser. At the moment, it’s on the bottom. Placing them at the top will make them more accessible to people who may want to change them, but don’t know where to find them. Read more about these changes here.

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