Unlike Safari, Google Chrome isn’t restricted to iOS devices and works on almost all Android devices and PCs.
You’ll need to launch Google Chrome first.
After it launches, at the top right of the window, next to the user’s profile pic, there are three dots, aka the “More” button, which will look like this “⋮”; click on it.
From the drop-down panel, click on the “History” button, which will reveal another side menu. Again, click on “History” from the second menu, and it will open a new tab.
On the left part of the window, you’ll find the “Clear browsing data” button, click on it, and this will open a new box window.
From this new window, you can choose how far back you’d like to clear your browsing data, ranging from the last hour to all time.
Click on “Clear data” to delete what you want.
The second, third, and fourth steps can be bypassed by pressing the shortcut “Ctrl + H” on your keyboard after launching Chrome.
In the “Clear browsing data,” you can click on the “Advanced” tab and choose exactly what you’d like to clear, including “Download history,” “Cookies and other site data,” and so on.
Tap on the Chrome app to launch it.
Like it's desktop counterpart, there is a three dots button “⋮” at the top right of the screen. It’s next to the profile picture and the tabs counter. Tap on it.
A drop-down menu will appear; from the items available, tap on the “History” button.
In the “History” tab, tap on the “Clear history data” at the very top of the page. This will take you to a new page.
On this new page, select how far back you’d like to clear your data, which will be next to “Time Range.” At last, tap on “Clear data.”
On iPhones and iPads, the “More” button is on the bottom right in the Chrome app rather than the top right on Android devices.