Google Chrome to Allow Users to Delete 15 Minutes of Activity

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Sienna Rowley
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The popular web browser, Google Chrome, is currently developing a new privacy-focused feature that will let users delete their last 15 minutes of surfing activity.

Chrome Story, a website dedicated to covering news about Chrome, Chromebooks, and its related stuff, reported the new feature being included in the currently developing version of Chrome.

The dubbed feature is the Google Chrome Quick Delete feature that lets users delete their last 15 minutes of browsing history when enabled.

Currently, Google Chrome allows purging the browser’s history for the last hour, 24 hours, 7 days, 4 weeks, and all time.

Reportedly, the quick delete feature will be available in the three-dot (kebab) menu.

In other news, Google is developing a feature that allows users to translate the text inside the images without resorting to Google Lens.

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