With more people leaving Facebook to more secure alternatives, deleting your Facebook group or page would be justified.
There are a lot of reason why you might want to consider deleting Facebook account permanently. For example, you might want to #deleteFacebook, or most of your friends and followers already have. Also, the business associated with the Facebook account might have been defunct.
Although this might be a lot less likely, but you might gain unauthorized access to your friend’s phone, and jealous that she has four times more followers than you, you delete her account. I’ve also seen a lot of people who want to delete their Facebook accounts because it is affecting their academics or work negatively.
Also, you should be aware that there is a difference between deactivating, and deleting your account. By deleting your account permanently, you’re removing it from Facebook servers completely, and it can never be recovered.
So, if you’re not willing to leave permanently, you should consider some other alternatives to deleting your Facebook account permanently. These alternatives include deactivating your Facebook account, or deleting the Facebook app on your device to reduce accessibility.
But if you still think deleting your Facebook account permanently is the best way to solve your problems, who am I to stop you?
In this article, I’ll show you how to delete your Facebook account the best way.
How to Delete a Facebook Account
Deleting your Facebook account permanently is a relatively simple process, but takes a lot of courage to do. You’ll surely face withdrawal symptoms as it’s not so easy to just leave, especially if you’ve been on Facebook for some time.
However, I already warned that deleting your Facebook account removes your data from Facebook servers permanently. There might be some important information you wouldn’t want to lose, so I think you should download a copy of your information before proceeding with the removal process.
To download a copy of your Facebook information, you just have to follow the outlined processes.
How to Delete your Facebook Data
In this article, I assume you’re trying to delete your Facebook account from the Facebook app for Android. If you’re using another device or another app, you can still follow this tutorial as it’s pretty much the same.
So, if you’ve made up your mind that you’re not going to need Facebook anymore, here are the simple steps I’d be needing you to follow in order to get your Facebook account deleted.
How to Download my Facebook Data
If you’re really leaving, that means that five-year-old photo you shared will be lost, and unrecoverable. You can prevent that by downloading your Facebook information. The instructions for this are pretty simple too.
All you have to do is to go back to step four, in the How to Delete a Facebook Account guide. Here, you’re not tapping on “Deactivation and Deletion”, but “Download Your Information”. You just have to confirm and it will be there in your email inbox.
I hope this guide was helpful. Facebook is quite good, until terms change. However, it’s my duty to always provide what The Tech Ninjas want.
Thanks for hanging around.