How to Delete Search History from the Kindle Fire HDX

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We’re not saying you have any reason to delete your Kindle Fire HDX browser history. You definitely have nothing to hide, right? Let’s say that you know somebody who does. A tablet can often double as a family computer and there may be sets of prying eyes that should be kept from seeing private data.

Unfortunately, the Silk Browser does not have a private browsing setting so it can’t be blocked from recording your every move. However, you can choose to manage your history manually. If you should ever find a reason to delete your browsing history here are a few ways to do it.

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1. Open the Silk Browser app on the Kindle Fire HDX. Then tap the three horizontal lines in the upper left hand corner to bring up the Silk Browser menu.

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2. Tap Settings.

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3. Tap Clear Browser Data.

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4. This will bring up a set of options for not only clearing your history but cookies, passwords, and all manner of tracking data that browser track. Choose what options you want -- in this case Clear History is the only option you’ll need -- and tap OK.

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5. If you’d rather not arouse suspicions by having a completely blank browsing history, you can be more selective. Rather than going to settings you can go directly to History.

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6. In history you will see a list of all the pages you’ve visited and their potentially incriminating URL’s. Choose which sites you’d like to delete from your history by tapping the X to the right of them and finish by tapping Delete Marked Items.

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You are now done revising your history. Hopefully no one will be any the wiser.


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