Google Chrome just made deleting your history and updating your browser quicker than ever
GOOGLE is rolling out a new feature to web browser users worldwide that promised to make it faster to find some of the most commonly-used settings, like deleting your online history and updating Chrome to the latest version. Here’s how it works.
Google Chrome users will soon be able to type out commands in the address bar – saving them time. The change, which is slowly rolling out at the moment, will save users from digging through the settings menus to find the option they’re looking for. Instead, starting to type “delete search history” in the address bar will summon a shortcut for the option.