How to remove one page of Google Web History or remove all web History quickly

Do you know if Google is tracking your Web activity? If you have a Google account (for, say, Gmail) and have not specifically located and paused the Web History setting, then the search giant is keeping track of your searches and the sites you visited. This data has been separated from other Google products, but on March 1 it will be shared across all of the Google products you use when Google’s new privacy policy goes into effect.
If you’d like to prevent Google from combining this potentially sensitive data with the information it has collected from your YouTube, Google+, and other Google accounts, you can remove your Web History and stop it from being recorded moving forward.

Firstly, remove one page of Google history:

Type into your browser
Login to your Google product account, take Gmail as example.
(Alternatively, you can choose Account Settings from the pull-down menu in the upper-right corner of a Google product such as Gmail, Google+, or From the Account Settings page, scroll down to the Services header and click on the “Go to web history” link)
Restart the frame before “Remove”
Result: the Web history of This page has been removed.

Secondly, remove all Google wen history:
Restart “Remove all Web History”

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