Your web history provides Google with a lot of information about you and is used to help determine what results Google gives you. To delete your web history:
The first thing to do to mitigate the effects of the filter bubble is to "burn" your cookies. Cookies are data that your web browser stores when you are on a web site. If permission is enabled, other sites can then tell what you were looking at and use that information to determine what to show you next.
Click on the links below to learn how to delete your cookies so ad companies can't use them to personalize ads to you:
You can also disable tracking cookies altogether. Follow the directions below for each browser.
Personalizing your browser gives websites information about you. You can stop this by using default settings. You can also use an incognito/anonymous browser, like the ones below: