To delete browsing history and cookies on Windows 10 computer, you can use one of the following three methods.
Video guide on how to remove browsing history and cookies in Windows 10:
Way 1: Delete them in Internet Explorer.
Step 1: In Internet Explorer, click the Tools icon (i.e. the small gear icon) on the top-right corner and choose Internet options on the menu.
Step 2: Select Delete browsing history on exit and tap Delete.
Step 3: Choose Delete in the Delete Browsing History dialog.
Step 4: Click OK to finish the process.
Way 2: Delete browsing history and cookies in Control Panel.
Step 1: Open Control Panel.
Step 2: Enter Network and Internet.
Step 3: Tap Delete browsing history and cookies to move on.
Step 4: Complete the 2nd, 3rd and 4th steps of Way 1.
Way 3: Delete browsing history and cookies in Local Group Policy.
Step 1: Turn on Local Group Policy Editor.
Step 2: Find and enable the setting named "Allow deleting browsing history on exit" in Computer Configuration and User Configuration.
Two sub-procedures are illustrated below for your better reference.
1. Locate the setting in Computer Configuration (or User Configuration)/Administrative Templates/Windows Components/Internet Explorer/Delete Browsing History, and then double-click it.
2. Choose Enabled and tap OK in the setting's window.