How to Clear data stored in Chrome Browser

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Clear data from Google Chrome on Windows: Step 1: Open Google Chrome Step 2: Click on 3 dots on the top right corner of your screen and select settings. Step 3: Type "Clear" in Search Settings Step 4: Click "Clear Browsing Data" Step 5: Click "Advanced" Step 6: Select "All Time" from the "Time Range" option. Step 7: Tick all checkboxes. Step 8: Click "Clear Data"

Enable DNS Over HTTPS in Google Chrome

How to Enable DNS Over HTTPS in Google Chrome?

Google Chrome is the most widely used web browser in the world.
In recent times security and privacy have become a very important topic for each and every person.
Most of the people do not like companies or their ISP's spying on them.
Whenever your browser makes a DNS request for a website, it is transmitted in plain text because of which your ISP can know which website you are going to.
However, now you can prevent this from happening without even using a VPN.
 
Now, you can configure Google Chrome to use DNS Over HTTPS(DoH). Now instead of forwarding DNS request in plain text chrome will encrypt the request and hence your ISP won't be able to know which website you are requesting from a DNS server (if you using the DNS server not owned by your ISP).
To do this all you have to do is:
Type chrome://flags in URL.
Search Secure DNS lookups and change it from default to enabled.


Chrome DNS flag
DNS over HTTPS
Now Relaunch Google Chrome.

After completing the above steps make sure you use a DNS server that supports DNS over HTTPS.
We recommend using Google's own DNS servers(8.8.8.8 and 8.8.4.4).

To check if DNS over HTTPS is working or not, you can use Cloudflare's Browsing Experience Security Check.

Google plans to enable this feature by default in newer versions(81+) of chrome but until then we can use the above method to take advantage of this feature.


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