Show history – see which websites have been visited

If you indicating the progress in the browser, you see the websites that you (or someone else) has visited before. By default, the course of days or even stored for weeks is. We show the key binding you open the course in almost any browser instantly and can as you disable the course of storage.

Show history - see which websites have been visited

Open almost all browsers the course with the following key combination:

shortcut
Ctrl + HShow history (almost every browser)
Command + YShow history (Safari version 10.1)

Mark you that with the mnemonic that the "H" for "History is ". We turned off her course-Save, we show below. In our Photogallery you also see how you delete the Google search history from the browser:

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The course of stores visited websites

Your browser typically stores visited Web pages in a list - and for several weeks or even years, depending on the setting. Of the History is depending on the occupied browser also History, timeline or Recently closed tabs.

Show history (Chrome, Firefox, Internet Explorer)

In Chrome then opens a separate window in which you click on individual websites visited and delete can.

So Chrome displays the progress. Top right you can delete your selected records.

So Chrome displays the progress. Top right you can delete your selected records.

Firefox and the Internet Explorer blinded by default a sidebar that is sorted by date. You can change the sorting via a button or a drop down menu. In the factory setting Firefox also displays on the New Tab page on frequently visited websites. With other browsers, which is often similar.

So Firefox shows the history by date of order.

So Firefox shows the history by date of order.

Here, Internet Explorer displays the last visited websites.

Here, Internet Explorer displays the last visited websites.

Note: in Microsoft Edge the key combination works well.

disable history

The course of storage can disable it in your browser settings. Your opens the menu icon at the top right (three horizontal lines, dots, or a gear). Then choose the settings out. In Internet Explorer, these are the Internet options.

  • In Firefox it is under data protection at timeline A: "Firefox will: never invest"
  • In Chrome you press Ctrl + Shift + N. In this incognito window no profile is created when you surf in it.
  • In Internet Explorer, you click on the tab General under the heading browser history on the button settings. In the small window it provides on the tab course on days, the number 0 (zero).
  • In Edge clicking on the button Select item to delete. Enabled browser history and provides for the switch delete this data after each session on On.