All computers store information about activities that have been undertaken in it. There are various reasons for looking for a history of a computer. To check if it has been recently accessed by someone else or check on a page that was closed down. You can also check on the specific topics you were previously searching for. To access the information, knowledge is needed on how to navigate to a page containing the required history for you to view it. Different browsers have different ways of accessing this history as highlighted.
To access this history on Google Chrome, follow the steps below: First launch the Google Chrome application then click on the menu button. This will display options and on the options, there will be history displayed. Choose on history which will display all the search results that were previously done on the computer. The history list might be longer depending on the user’s internet usage regularity. To search on a particular subject from history, a search history box is available where a keyword is written, then all the history related to the subject is displayed. To erase the history, an option is given to clear all data, while to delete a specific history, you select it then touch the remove history button.
When checking the history on Mozilla Firefox, open the Mozilla Firefox application, then press the Firefox menu. Pressing this displays a list of options to choose from, where pressing on history will show all activities currently done. When in need of a particular activity, a button for searching is provided where specific keywords can be written in. Whenever the search results are returned, you press on the topic you want to view. Deleting a specific topic is done by checking the box you want to do away with followed by pressing the delete button. To clear all historical data, select on clear browsing history and confirm that it should be deleted.
Internet Explorer has a slightly different way of accessing history compared to other browsing applications. Launch the Internet Explorer application, a button on the homepage is available to view news feeds, favorites, and history. Pressing on it will show a separate tab for viewing history. History will be displayed and there are options given to view it. It can be viewed for site visits, mostly in search history, and viewed by date or site visited. Choose from one option and click on the history you want to see. To erase the history of a topic, right-click on that page where options will come up then touch delete which will permanently remove the data.
The history of Opera Mini can be accessed by choosing from the menu where a list of data pops up. You can select the history tab that gives all the information on what was previously searched. Search results give a comprehensive report of what the computer was used to do from which you can access specific data required. History can be viewed by date or by site visit depending on what is being looked for. To erase the current history, press “Today’s History” then delete it and all history will be erased by pressing the “Clear All History” tab, then back to the “Take You to Home” page.
For Microsoft Edge, open the browser to show its homepage then press the main menu. This will bring up pages including history which you will press to bring up all activities undertaken on the computer. Navigate through the history list to get the desired page that you will click on. To erase it, click delete for a single page or clear the entire history tab for all history. Computers keep a history of browsers always after browsing unless commanded to erase it. Private history, however, cannot be stored on computer memory because it is assessed in private tabs.
This means that all browsing history on private tabs goes after closing the private pages. Accessing history on computers can be done at any time a computer is accessed. It is also possible to command a computer to erase history after a set period. This can be done for security matters to prevent others from accessing your information at any time. Computers store data for long periods with the condition that a browser is not uninstalled. Uninstalling an application clears all its data and reinstalling it cannot give lost data back.