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I'd like to remove all history pertaining to certain domains from Google Chrome's history. I don't want to delete everything else; deleting entire days isn't a viable solution, and neither is manually selecting every page from these domains over the last 7 months of browser history.

This thread suggests a few ways (opening the browser history file, manually editing, or using some form of SQL client) - these seem rather hackish. Is there an easy, in-browser method of doing this or, failing that, an extension which enables said functionality?

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The History 2 extension is able to do what you are looking for.

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It does, but its incredibly slow and doesn't seem to delete all entries from history. – simont Aug 24 '12 at 12:19

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