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How to Remove Dogpile History on Safari

by Cory Birdsong
  • Overview

    It's easy to clear all your history from Safari, but what if you are planning a surprise and just want to clear away the evidence from your searches? Here's how you can remove just the search history from http://www.Dogpile.com.
  • Removing the History

 
  • Step 1

    Open Safari.
  • Step 2

    Click on the "History" menu, then "Show all history."
  • Step 3

    Type "dogpile.com" without quotations in the search box in the upper right on the history page. Be sure you use the black history page box that has a magnifying glass and the word "Search," not the main Safari web search box. Once you start typing, Safari should start instantly filtering your history based on what you type--you don't even need to press enter when you're done.
  • Step 4

    Click on the header of the "address" column to sort the results by the address.
  • Step 5

    Locate the range of addresses you want to remove from the history.
  • Step 6

    Click and select the first one.
  • Step 7

    Scroll to the end of the group and hold down the shift key and click on the last address. The entire block of addresses should now be selected.
  • Step 8

    Go to the "edit" menu and choose "delete."
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  • If your Safari doesn't match the descriptions in this article, make sure you have updated to the latest version, Safari 4. It's a free download from Apple. Safari is also available for Windows, and the process for deleting history should be largely the same.
  • If your Safari doesn't match the descriptions in this article, make sure you have updated to the latest version, Safari 4. It's a free download from Apple.
  • Safari is also available for Windows, and the process for deleting history should be largely the same.

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