This post will show you how to view all browsing history in Google chrome browser. Just like any other web browser, chrome remembers all your browsing history while you surf net - unless you browse in incognito (private) window.
It may sound uncomfortable but there are always options to delete browser history at anytime you want. Generally this browsing history is used to provide suggestions whenever you type on address box but if you want to view all browsing history in chrome at one place here's how to do it.
How to View Browsing History in Google Chrome?
- To view browsing history in Google chrome, click on the Menu button located at the top-right corner of the browser window, and go to 'History' » 'History'. Else directly use the keyboard shortcut
Ctrl+Hon Windows/Linux and
Cmd+Hon Mac OS X.
- Now the history tab opens up with the list of WebPages you have visited earlier along with the timestamp side by side. Chrome shows the browsing history in chronological order - means the most recently viewed pages listed first.
- You can either scroll through the lists or search for the browsing history. To search for a particular entry, type something on the 'Search history' text box and hit enter. This will return all WebPages that has matching text on title or url.
- Another quick way to access browser history is to start typing on the address box which makes chrome to pop suggestions from the stored browsing history.
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Like that you can easily view your browsing history in Google chrome browser.