Computer owners can track their internet history by checking the browser history. Popular browsers such as Chrome, Mozilla Firefox and Internet Explorer store a record of visited websites, as long as the cache has not been deleted. Another way of tracking internet history is to install an app that offers this service.Know More
The process of accessing the tracked internet history on Mozilla, Chrome and Internet Explorer varies slightly with each browser.
Deleted Internet browsing history can be viewed in a computer's DNS cache. To do so, search for "cmd" in the Start menu in Windows 7 to open a command prompt. At the prompt, type "ipconfig/displaydns," and select Enter to pull up a list of all websites visited from the computer. The list includes sites accessed indirectly through other sites that a user may not intend to visit.Full Answer >
Although there are many ways of recovering deleted Internet history on your PC, doing a system restore is one of the easiest ways. To do a system restore, go to the Start menu and do a search for "system restore." System restore can recover browsing history that was recently deleted.Full Answer >
All major browsers have an option to clear Internet history and to set the parameters to save information for future visits, so it is a matter of opening the browser's History menu. Depending on the browser, the process is slightly different.Full Answer >