How to delete page in google chrome?
Google Chrome keeps track of your most viewed Web pages.
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By default, the Google Chrome homepage, also called the "start page" or "new tab page," displays a list of your most visited sites. Google gathers this data by analyzing your browsing data. If you wish to clear the websites listed, you must either delete your entire browsing history, or change the start page to a specific website to remove the data from the start page.
Removing the Most-Visited Pages from the Start Page
Click the Chrome "wrench" button next to the address bar.
Click "Options," and then click on "Basics."
Move down to the "Home Page" section. Check the box next to "Open this Page," instead of "Open the New Tab Page."
Type the URL of the page you want to use as the custom homepage. Close the Options panel, then open a new tab or window.
Clearing the Most Visited Pages on the Start Page
Click on the Chrome "wrench" button.
Select "History," then click "Edit Items," and then click "Clear Browsing History."
Select "The Beginning of Time," then click on "Clear Browsing Data." Your Chrome start page data will now reset.