- Click on the triangle of your Facebook page.
- Go to Settings.
- Click on Your Facebook Information.
- Choose Deactivation and deletion.
- Select Permanently delete account and Continue to account deletion.
- Click Delete account.
Don’t despair, you can delete your Facebook account easily, just follow these steps. And we explain it all below the infographic.
Click on this link to access Facebook’s Delete Account page Then click How do I permanently delete my account? Follow the instructions and you’ll be able to delete your account in a few simple clicks! Yay! Job done. Now just check out our article about deleting Google+ too while you’re here! Good job!
As mentioned above, there are other ways where you can easily stop using Facebook without firing up the deletion procedure as explained in this article. Below is a list of alternative tips:
Uninstall your app from your smartphone – The first step will be getting rid of the Facebook app from your smartphone. This is for Android users but it also works with Apple smartphones. You won’t be able to delete your account if you don’t do this, as there’s no link between Facebook and any other browsers than Facebook itself.
Disable notifications – Perhaps you’d still like to be on Facebook, despite not using it very much anymore?
If so, here’s a great tip: how about disabling all notifications for sound or message? That way you’ll receive none of those annoying alerts telling you someone has commented on one of your photos or that someone sent a message. With this method, at least when you come across FB in the future by mistake, you’ll see only the updates and nothing more.
Delete all Facebook messages and chat logs from your computer – One of the things that eat up your memory are the messages you receive on Facebook. You can delete all these superfluous files if you follow this simple step by step guide: How to clear your inbox at Facebook (outlook.com/owa login). It’s a very simple process! I did it several days ago after discovering how to really cleanse my mailbox which was full of junk.
Uninstall ALL apps from your smartphone, including those games you don’t play anymore but haven’t deleted yet – This is just a basic tip and one that everyone does, so it’s good for a laugh. We’ve already discussed deleting the app in the previous point, but if you really want to go all the way and delete any other app on your smartphone as well, including those games that are gathering dust in your phone’s memory, then follow this tutorial about how to uninstall an app on Android.
Delete or hide Facebook from browsers – You can also prevent the use of Facebook by deleting it from internet browsers such as Chrome or Firefox (here’s how). This won’t delete the account itself, only blocking access via these two popular browsers. But maybe for you that’s enough? Not everyone needs a browser like Google Chrome at home after all. If so, why not take advantage of it! We’re sure you have better things to do with your time than surf the web!
Use Facebook with low data – Another tip on avoiding wasting your time in social media is reducing the amount of mobile phone data you use. Facebook uses quite a lot, so why not try this out and see if it works for you. It won’t make much of a difference to Facebook but will save you precious megabytes that could be used for other things! Just follow these simple steps: How to reduce data usage on Android or iPhone (iOS).
Delete your account from ALL browsers / devices – You can also delete your account just from one device which is connected via Facebook. But it’s even easier than that! A user has tested the process below and tells us it works. This means that all we’ll need to do is launch the browser on any device, go to Facebook and click delete account. Boom! That’s it!
Enjoy no more FB and you’ll experience how refreshing it feels not to be bothered by annoying alerts from people who have nothing better to do than comment on your photos or send useless messages about nonsense that doesn’t interest you at all. You can also let us know what happened after deleting your Facebook account as we’re very interested to hear if everything went well for you
or if you’re thinking of reinstating it. We’d love to hear your personal experience and learn how things went.
DISCLAIMER / LEGAL NOTICE: This site does not store any files on its server. We only index and link to content provided by other sites. Please contact the content providers to delete copyright contents if any and email us, we’ll remove relevant links or contents immediately.
© 2016 Codedinwp | Private Solution for Social Media Addiction Rehabilitation – The best information technology solution for overcoming unwanted Facebook addiction, stopping all forms of obsessive Facebook use using proven methods in an easy step by step way! Take back control over your social media usage today by signing up with a new account @ Codedinwp.com.
All Rights Reserved. All Trademarks are the property of their respective owners. Use of this website constitutes acceptance of our Terms and Conditions. | Sitemap | © 2016 Codedinwp | Developed by David Farias
The content on this site is provided as general information only. Any reliance you place on such information is strictly at your own risk. We disclaim all liability and responsibility arising from any non-compliance placed upon such materials by you or any other visitor to the Website, by anyone who may be informed of any of its contents or by anyone who may read, copy or otherwise use it.
The content on this site is provided as general information only and should not be taken as investment advice. All site content and services are provided “as is” with no guarantee of completeness, accuracy or timeliness. The opinions expressed on this site may change without prior notice. We assume no duty to update the content on this site. You should independently assess any information in light of your own objectives and consult your financial advisor before making any decision to invest or otherwise use any services related to the content found here. To the maximum extent permitted by law, neither we nor any third parties will be liable to you for any direct, indirect, consequential or incidental damages arising from your use of the content on this site.
The content on this blog is provided as general information and entertainment only and should not be taken as investment advice, nor does it constitute any business advice or proper professional advice. You agree that in no event will we be liable for any direct, indirect, special, incidental or consequential damages arising from use of the information herein. In addition you understand and accept that there are risks involved in utilizing Internet based businesses and services, including but not limited to failure of electronic hardware and software; computer viruses; natural disasters; unexpected utility outages; power outages/ surges; fraudulent transactions entered into by third parties using your personal information for their own unauthorized purposes (i.e., identity theft); delays in delivery.
1. Click on the triangle of your Facebook page.
2. Go to Settings.
3. Click on Your Facebook Information.
4. Choose Deactivation and deletion.
5. Select Permanently delete account and Continue to account deletion.
6. Click Delete account.
Unfortunately, you’ll need to wait 30 days in order to delete your Facebook account permanently. In addition to providing a step-by-step process, this also helps prevent user’s from attempting to remove their accounts without going through the proper steps.
If you do not want your account to be deleted, please log in and cancel the deletion within 30 days. After this point, your account will be permanently erased.
Your Facebook account will be deleted after 14 days of inactivity based on the company’s policy.