- Click at the top right of any Facebook page.
- Click Settings then click Your Facebook Information in the left column.
- Click Deactivation and Deletion.
- Choose Delete Account, then click Continue to Account Deletion.
- Enter your password, click Continue,
- Click Delete Account.
How To Permanently Delete Facebook Account
How to Delete Facebook Account Permanently
Go to “Settings” by clicking the tab in the drop-down menu in the upper right corner. Select “Deactivate or Delete Your Account” from there. Go into “Deactivation or deletion” and select “Permanently delete your account.” Continue by selecting “Continue.”
To deactivate your Facebook account, follow these steps: 1. Open the drop-down menu in the top right corner of your screen and select “Settings.” 2. Select “Your Facebook Information.” 3. Go into “Deactivation or deletion” from there. 4. Choose “Permanently delete your account” and then press “Continue.”
Why does Facebook take 30 days to delete an account? It’s a tough problem to resolve on such a large scale. To put it another way, Facebook is defragging its data and not keeping your information as it generates new archival volumes.
The algorithm that Facebook uses to match people usually works with your friends and family. Even if you don’t upload your photo or videos, there’s a chance they’ll show up in other users’ photos or videos.
Only you will be able to see your profile. Information like as sent messages will continue to be visible. Your name will appear on friend lists, but only for your friends.
Facebook will not terminate your account if you do nothing. It’s something you must accomplish from your “Account Settings” page. Your account can’t be reactivated once it’s been destroyed. All of your digital content, including your Timeline, photos, friend lists, and other personal data, are erased.