How to Clear the Browsing History on your Kindle Fire

This brief tutorial will show you how to clear (delete) the history of sites you’ve visited from the Web Browser on your Kindle Fire.

Please note: this guide explains how to clear the browser, cache and cookies for the discontinued Kindle Fire – not to be confused with the newer Amazon Fire. If you’re looking for help clearing the history, cache and/or cookies from the Amazon Fire, check out this guide.

  1. Start out by selecting Web from the Kindle Dashboard.
  2. When your browser opens, select the “Options” icon (see screenshot below) from the bottom of your Kindle screen.
  3. Now tap the Settings button.
  4. Scroll down to the Saved Data section. Tap the Clear History entry.
  5. When prompted to confirm that you want to delete the browser navigation history, tap OK.
  6. To confirm that your history has been deleted, return to your browser and once again select the “Options” icon.
  7. This time tap the History button.
  8. As you’ll see – your entire browsing history has now been deleted. Also worth noting – you can clear your browser history from directly within this History window – just tap the Clear All button.

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  10. That’s it – you’re done!

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