by Marshall Honorof Apr 21, 2015, 8:50 AM.Google outlines the process on its website, and offers a few security tips, as well.4. Click Create Archive. 1. Go to your Google Web history.
(You will need to log-in to your account).If you decide to download the information, hit "create archive." 4. Youll get an email confirmation that includes a link to the data. 1. History File. Note: Again, you can only view the database if Chrome is closed.As soon as you visit the website, It will be updated. Please continue Exploring the other files. Especially the Preference File (Clue: use WinBubble Context Menu again). Its your Google Activity (formerly known as Google Web App History), and it knows everything youve searched for dating back to 2005.Now that youve downloaded an archive of your data, youre ready to delete your history. Web History (Previously Google Search History / Personalized Search). Web page tracking, which records Google searches, Web pages, images, videos, music and more.Google announced the closing of service on November 28, 2006. All past discussions have been publicly archived. Usually stored on the web, this information seamlessly connects to multiple devices via a connected account. For example, Google records web activity and search queriesTo fully control the search history, users need to access archives from the browser, search engine, and the computer itself. Web History data is also archived. These archives are not retrievable in real-time by end users, Google told me.