Check your computer's history by accessing the control panel from the start menu, entering administrative tools and then accessing the files you need. There is no need for additional tools or software to check this history.Know More
Locate the "start" icon, and click on it. A list of options will appear on the screen.
Click on the "control panel" from the start menu. This will display a separate window on your screen.
Find the "administrative tools" link in the control panel window, and click on it.
Locate and click on "event viewer" from the administrative tools. This will provide a list, or an event log, of all programs, files and other items used on the computer.
Check the date that a program was accessed by highlighting the program name. Once highlighted, right click, and then click on "properties." A small window will show up providing you with the date that the program was last accessed and who accessed it. Keep in mind that the system may log this action as access, so the date may not be accurate.
To play an MP4 file, use a video player like Windows Media Player or QuickTime. Other options include installing an MPEG-4 codec pack or converting the file into a playable file extension.Full Answer >
There are several ways to view your web history, depending on your web browser. Three of the most popular browsers, Firefox, Chrome and Internet Explorer, have simple methods to view web history. In Firefox and Chrome, click on the menu button in the upper-right corner of the web browser, and then select "History." In Internet Explorer, click on the "star" button in the upper-right corner and click the "history" tab.Full Answer >
To delete all of the browsing history from a computer, users must clear history for each browser they use. The most common browsers used include Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox and Google Chrome.Full Answer >
Hidden Internet history can be accessed through the browser's History page, usually found on the menu bar under the View tab or on its own tab. Most browsers allow Windows and Macintosh computers to pull the page up automatically by keying in "CTRL-H" or "CMD-H," though individual settings may vary. Google Chrome and Firefox allow users to search for keywords, making it much easier to find a lost page.Full Answer >