iOS 8 and Mac OS X Yosemite have come with a number of features that have sorted out quite a lot of annoying issues. Not too long ago users had to take the pain of deleting entire previously visited pages from Safari history if they forgot to delete any individual pages. It was rather irritating as they didn’t have any other alternative. Get rid of all browsing history or nothing!
However, the latest operating systems (iOS 8 or later and OS X Yosemite) let you delete any specific pages which you don’t want from browsing history unlike before. It not only liberates you from re-installing the important history over and over again but also provides you the option to do away with some private stuff with ease. Here is how to delete/remove specific pages from Safari history in iOS 8 and Mac OS X Yosemite.
How To Delete Any Specific Pages From Safari History In iOS 8
Step #1. Launch Safari.
Step #2. Tap on Bookmark icon from bottom.
Step #3. Select History from your Bookmark.
Step #4. Now; find out the page which you wish to delete and then swipe left and then tap on Delete button.
Step #5. Repeat the same process for other pages which you want to remove and at last tap on Done button from top right corner.
How To Delete Individual Pages From Safari History In OS X Yosemite
Step #1. Launch Safari
Step #2. Select Show History in Safari’s History menu or press Alt-⌘-2.
Step #3. Find out the previously visited pages that you want to delete.
Step #4. Hold down the Control key while pressing the mouse button.
Step #5. A popup will appear, click on Delete.
Step #6. Repeat the same process for the pages that you want to remove.
You are done!
If you have synced all your Apple devices (iOS and OS X) with same iCloud account, then whatever changes you make on one particular device will automatically appear on all your devices. That’s how you will keep updated all your devices with whatever changes you make on one.