By Chris Lacy | November 25, 2018 06:07:23This script will delete all of the Google images that you use every day.

It’s quick, easy to use, and can delete thousands of images every day, according to its creator, Chris Lacey.

He posted the script on Github for anyone to download and use.

It’s not an exact duplicate of the one we posted last week, but it’s still pretty handy if you’re a heavy Google user.

To use the script, simply go to Settings and click Delete images and Google tags.

When you click OK, a popup window will appear with a few options.

Select “Delete all Google Images” and click it.

You’ll be taken to a screen where you can click the Remove button to remove all of your Google images from the site.

Once that’s done, you can exit out of the popup window and delete your entire collection of images.

You can use this script to delete images that aren’t being used, but are not important to you, like photos of your dog or your cat.

Just remember to always check for updates before deleting.

We recommend checking out Lacy’s other script, which is even more detailed.

You could also try downloading the script from GitHub and editing it yourself.

That would probably be a lot faster than manually editing it every time you need to delete something.

But don’t forget that you can also download the script as a ZIP file, which means you can keep it in a folder somewhere that you want to keep it.

It can also be shared on Twitter or Tumblr.

If you need more help getting the script to work, Lacy has also written up a quick tutorial on how to remove Google images in a few steps.