While browsing the web on Google Chrome browser, it helpfully stores records of the pages you visited, the files you have downloaded and the preferences. But you may not like other users of your computer to see your browsing history. In these situations, you can either Clear browsing data after you finish browsing or else start browsing in the Incognito mode which prevents the browser from saving browsing history.
But, if you do not have the habit of using incognito window mode or else if you do not want the entire browsing data to be cleared, then you can go for clearing only specific web pages from your browsing history once you have finished browsing. These web pages might be of upmost importance to and you require that other users of your computer won’t mess up with them. The following section of the tutorial will guide you on how to remove only specific web pages from browsing history.
1) Click on the Wrench (Tools) icon that you see at the top right corner of your browser window and then click on History from the context menu.
2) Now, in the History window thus opened, you can see your browsing history with the most recent visited pages displayed at the top. In the window, click on the Edit items link that you see at the top right corner.
3) Now, select the checkboxes of the specific entries that you want to be deleted from your browsing history and once you are done with selecting all the entries, click on the Remove selected items tab.
4) Now, you can observe all the selected items will be removed from your browsing history.
So, this is how you can make Google Chrome browser delete only specific web pages from your browsing history.