View and delete browser history in Microsoft Edge

இந்தத் தயாரிப்புகளுக்குப் பொருந்தும்: Microsoft EdgeWindows 10

Your browsing history—including info you've entered into forms, passwords, and sites you've visited—is the information that Microsoft Edge remembers and stores as you browse the web.

Most of this info is stored on your PC only, but if you use Cortana, some info is also stored in the cloud, to help her bring you more timely and personal suggestions and assistance.

  1. To view your browsing history, select Favorites > History .
  2. Select Clear history.
  3. Choose the types of data you want to remove from your PC, then select Clear.
  4. If you use Cortana and want to clear browsing history that's stored in the cloud, select Change what Microsoft Edge knows about me in the cloud, then select Clear activity.


What gets deleted when you clear your browsing history

Types of info What gets deleted Where it's stored
Browsing history The URLs of sites you've visited, and the dates and times of each visit. In the cloud and on your PC
Cookies and saved website data Info that sites store on your PC to remember your preferences, such as sign-in info or your location. On your PC
Cached data and files Copies of pages, images, and other media content stored on your PC. The browser uses these copies to load content faster the next time you visit those sites. On your PC

Tabs I've set aside or recently closed

Tabs that you've set aside or recently closed. On your PC
Download history The list of files you've downloaded from the web. This only deletes the list, not the actual files that you've downloaded. On your PC
Autofill data (includes forms and cards)  Info that you've entered into forms, such as your email, credit card, or a shipping address.  On your PC
Passwords Passwords that you've saved for sites.  On your PC
Media licenses PlayReady/Digital Rights Management content licenses.  On your PC
Website permissions Select Manage permissions to see a list for each website, including location, full screen, pop-ups, and media autoplay.  On your PC