Disclaimer: Clearing your browsing history will clear all stored passwords, sites you've visited, and cookies which store information to keep you logged in to areas which require user names and passwords.
For more information about deleting browsing history, click the link to Microsoft Support below:
Step 1: In the upper right hand corner of your browser, click on the gear and select "Internet Options". A new smaller window will appear.
Step 2: On the General Tab under Browsing History, click Delete. The Delete Browsing History will appear.
Step 3: Check all boxes located along the left edge, and click Delete. Depending on the last time browsing history had been cleared, the process may take up to several minutes.
Step 1: Click on the three horizontal dots located in the upper right hand corner, and select "Settings"
Step 2: Under Clear Browsing Data, click Choose What to Clear.
Step 3: Place a check mark in all of the available boxes along the left edge, then click Clear. Depending on the last time browsing history had been cleared, the process may take up to several minutes
Step 1: With Safari open, click on the Safari menu, and select Clear History. Select the timeframe available, then click Clear History.
Step 1: Click on the three horizontal lines located in the upper right hand corner, then click the history square.
Step 2: Click Clear Recent History.
Step 3: Specify the time range to clear, then click Details.
Step 4: Check all checkmark boxes along the left edge, then click "Clear Now"
Step 1: Click on the three horizontal bars located in the upper right hand corner of the browser. Select History, and History again.
Step 2: In the history area, click "Clear Browsing Data". Select the timeframe under "Obliterate the following items from", check all of the checkmark boxes along the left edge, and click Clear Browsing Data.