Your computer keeps track and saves all of your navigation data by default and the same applies for web browsers. Regardless of your intentions or requirements, these can be easily removed to free up a few more resources or to keep matters to yourself. In this regard, Clear My History comes as a lightweight but powerful tool to do exactly what the name suggests.
The application comfortably sits in your system tray by default, so don't question its functionality if no main window pops up when you launch it. A configurations menu gives you the possibility to set up a few details or initiate cleaning processes for certain areas of your computer or specific web browsers.
We have to say that the application is a little outdated, although there's a high chance that it blends with tools you use. This is because amongst the target programs you find Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Opera and Netscape, but also Google Desktop which is a discontinued project and no sign of Google Chrome, nor a general option to clean your default web browser.
On the other hand, it does a good job for supported programs. The configuration menu keeps all targets in a side panel, with corresponding options being displayed in the rest of the space. Even beginners quickly get the hang of it, with options letting you clean history, index, temporary files, cookies, as well as stored passwords.
What the application's name doesn't tell you is that it can also be used to scrub your computer and system files. The process is triggered in the same manner, the only difference being areas that undergo the cleaning process.
Last but not least, you can make it run as soon as you reach the desktop so you can clean everything right from the start. You can combine this with the integrated scheduler to reduce your effort to a minimum.
Taking everything into consideration, we can say that Clear My History does a pretty good job overall, with no functionality issues and clean interface to get you quickly up and running. It's a shame that it did not receive updates in some time, mostly because trends have moved forward, thus losing a great deal of flexibility.