Google Photos is a simple hosting service for all images, and videos where you can store unlimited high-quality photos. With the Google Photos, you can save your all photos and videos for free without paying any bucks.
But if you are looking about how to delete photos from Google Photos permanently then this guide will help you to remove your photos from Google Photos easily. To delete the photos from Google Photos, go to the photos.google.com from your computer’s Web Browser.
How to Delete Images From Google Photos
After that, Sign in to your Google Account. To delete the photos, place your cursor over the photos you want to delete. After that, click “Select” icon to select the photos. You can also select multiple images or photos to delete. Now follow below mentioned few steps to delete photos from Google Photos permanently.
Here are the few steps which you can follow to delete photos from Google photos on your PC.
Step 1: Open the Chrome or any other browser from your computer and go to the photos.google.com URL, and then hit the “Enter” keyboard key.
Step 2: Now, Sign in with your Google Account.
Step 3: After that, select the item you want to delete. (You can also select the multiple photos to delete) you can use the mouse cursor to select the photos.
Step 4: After that, click on the “Trash” icon at the top right side. Then click the “Move to Trash” option.
Step 5: To delete photos from Google Photos permanently, click the “Menu” button.
Step 6: Scroll to down and click on the “Trash” option to open the trash folder
Step 7: From the Trash Folder, Select the Photo or Video which you want to delete from trash folder permanently.
Step 8: To delete your selected photos from the trash folder permanently, click the “Trash” icon at the top right side of the screen. (This will delete your selected photos from Google Photos permanently)
Here in this article, we have mentioned steps to Delete Photos From Google photos easily. If you have any issues in following those steps, feel free to share your thoughts in the comments below.