in windows go to this location:
C:\Users[User Name]\AppData\Local\Google\Chrome\User Data\Default
in OS X:
In either of these locations, you’ll find a file called “History” with no file extension.
Note:that you may need to enable Windows Explorer’s “show hidden files” (just search it in start menu) option in order to see the AppData folder.
For Windows, right click on the History file and choose Properties. In the Properties window, check the box for Read-Only and then press Apply.
In OS X, right click on the file and choose Get Info (or highlight the file and press Command-I). Under “General,” check the box for Locked. This will prevent Chrome from modifying this file and thus stop any future browsing history from being recorded.
note; clear your browser history after or before you done this.
Once you’ve locked the History file, open Chrome and start browsing. Then head to your history list and you’ll see that Chrome reports “No history entries found.” That’s it! If you want to start recording your browsing history again, simply repeat the appropriate steps for Mac or Windows above and uncheck the locked or read-only boxes.