Want to quickly delete your browsing data in Google Chrome? You do not need to look in the settings, as you can do it quickly with a keyboard shortcut.
Let's see how:
Open Chrome and in any window, press the following three key combination depending on your platform.
Windows or Linux: Ctrl + Shift + Delete
Mac: Command + Shift + Backspace. (On Mac systems, the backspace key is marked "Delete". Pressing the Delete key next to the Home and Edit keys does not work.)
Chromebook: Ctrl + Shift + Backspace.
iPhone and iPad (with keyboard connected): Command + Y.
After clicking the shortcut on Windows, Linux, Mac or Chromebook systems, a "Settings" tab will open and "Clear browsing data" will appear. Select the options you want, and then click Clear Data.
An iPhone or iPad with a connected keyboard will display a "History" window. Click "Clear browsing data" at the bottom of the window and then a "Clear browsing data" window will appear. Click the "Clear browsing data" button at the bottom and confirm.
Your history will be deleted. Repeat whenever you want, it will be good to pay attention to your privacy.