Chrome has long been an integral part of our lives.
With more than a billion active users, it is a key component in our daily lives.
While some people use Chrome for browsing, there are many people that rely on the browser for the things they need to do online.
But the search history is a different story.
Google is looking to get rid of the history.
The search engine is working on an update to the search bar that will bring the history to the forefront of the search engine.
Google says that the changes will help the search results to be more relevant and relevant for users.
The changes are being rolled out to all Google users, and are expected to be rolled out by the end of the year.
The Chrome History change will include the ability to search for a specific word or phrase in the history, as well as a history of a search term.
Previously, users could only search for the current search term, which was then the last search term on the search list.
Now, users will be able to search all the terms that they have been searching for in the search string.
Additionally, users can see how long it took for a term to appear in the browser history.
Users will be alerted when the search term has changed and will be notified when they have reached the end or end of a term in the current history.
While the change will be rolling out to Chrome users, Google says it will be available to other browsers.
Users who are currently using a Google account will be prompted to change their account, and the changes should roll out to other platforms in the coming months.
Google also says that its search history will continue to appear on search results pages.