A few days back, I posted a guide for Firefox users to delete their browsing data at exit. If you use Google Chrome and want to make sure that there is no trace of the websites you visited — here’s how to delete everything when you close Chrome.
Open Google Chrome, click on Wrench menu and select Settings.
Under Settings section, click on Show Advanced Settings.
Find Privacy settings and click on the Content Settings button.
Under Cookies, check the box that says, Clear Cookies and Other Site and Plugin Data When I Close My Browser. This action will delete the privacy data and your browsing history every time you exit your browser.
However, there are specific websites that you will want to save in your browsing history, for example, Gmail, Facebook, or your own site. You can add those websites to the exceptions list. Click on Manage Exceptions button under Cookies settings.
Add the URL of the website you will want to keep in your browsing history; select Allow from the dropdown menu and click OK.
Now, whenever you close your browser, it will save the data and cookies for that particular website. Groovy!