In 2014, all popular web browsers, including Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome, Safari and Internet Explorer, automatically track all the visited websites. An alternative and much more complicated method is to use specialized spying software.Know More
Before viewing a list of visited websites, you must first open your web browser.
If you web browser is Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox or Internet Explorer, you can open your browsing history by pressing Control (Ctrl) + H combination on the keyboard or by clicking the menu button in the top right corner of the browser window and selecting History. If your web browser is Safari, click on History in your Safari menu, located at the top of your screen.
After opening the browsing history, you can see the list of all the visited websites.
To delete a link from the favorites list in Internet Explorer, Firefox and Google Chrome, open the favorites list, and place the mouse cursor over the link to be deleted. Right click on the link and select "Delete." This link is then permanently removed from the list.Full Answer >
A privacy report icon may appear on a computer screen when the privacy settings of the computer do not match the policy of the website being visited. The user can read the privacy report to gain information on the site's privacy settings to learn why the computer's privacy settings do not allow access to view the page.Full Answer >
To remove the search history on a computer that uses Internet Explorer, first view the browsing history, or cache, right-click the site for removal and then click the delete option. To find the History section, click the Favorites button. The Favorites button on Internet Explorer is shaped like an open star.Full Answer >
ISPs can and do track what websites are visited from specific computers. They may not immediately see the dot.com address, but they do have access to the IP address to which a computer connects. According to PC World magazine, they can store the information from six months to two years.Full Answer >