From medical problems to travel plans, your Google searches can reveal a intimate snapshot of your life.
While it can be easy to forget these searches, if you were logged into a Google account, all these queries have been saved.
Now Google is offering users the option of downloading their entire search archive, as well as deleting part, or all, of the record.
The feature exports your searches to Google Drive in a ZIP archive, with files divided by year and quarter.
You can download all of your saved search history to see a list of the terms you've searched for,' a Google support page says.
This gives you access to your data when and where you want.'
To download your history visit history.google.com and log in with your Google account.
Then click onto a calendar view to take a look at what you searched for on any given date.
For those who want to keep a record of their Google searches, clicking the settings button on the top right corner can download the database.
Items in search can be deleted by checking the box next to them and clicking the 'remove items' option.
To delete your entire search history, click settings, remove items and pick a time frame, such 'from the beginning of time'.
Google stresses that only account holders can see their data.
The company has also warned user not download the search archive on a public computer to maintain privacy.
According to the unofficial Google Operating System Blog, the California-based began testing its download feature last year.
It follows similar moves by groups such as Facebook who have made it easier for users to access their archived content following privacy concerns.
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