Want to delete Dogpile search history? While this meta search engine provides great flexibility with its aggregate searching of all the major engines, searches you run on Dogpile are stored, and you lose a bit of your Internet history privacy. If you want to delete search items from your history, you'll need to do it both on the toolbar and from the Dogpile Web site.
How to delete Dogpile search history in Internet Explorer.
When you search for items on the Dogpile Web site, your auto complete function in your Web browser stores searches you make on Dogpile. If you want to remove searches from the Dogpile Web site:
How to delete Dogpile search history from the toolbar.
If you want to delete search history from the toolbar, it's a simple task:
How to delete Dogpile searches in Firefox.
Firefox has a different set of requirements to clear the search history, and the exact instructions vary depending on which version of Firefox you're using:
Disable Dogpile saved searches entirely.
If you don't want to have to worry about clearing saved searches from Dogpile every time you use it, you can choose not to have your Dogpile toolbar save searches at all:
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To delete search history in Google Chrome, you have several different options, including deleting history by the day or Web surfing in Incognito Mode.