Unable to remember the name of the website you stumbled across last evening? Want to see your recently visited websites in Chrome or Edge browser? Then, this guide is for you.
By default, web browsers save your browsing history. Google Chrome and Microsoft Edge are no different. You just need to know how to access the browsing history to view the recently visited websites.
View recently visited websites in Google Chrome on Windows 10/11 and Mac
Step 1: In the Chrome browser, click the three dots next to the profile icon, click History, and then click the History option. Alternatively, you can use Ctrl + H hotkey to perform the same action.
Step 2: On the left pane, make sure that the Chrome history is selected to see all your recently visited websites on the right side.
As you can see in the picture, the top of the list shows the most recently visited website. Chrome also shows the time of the visit for your convenience.
To open a website in the list, right-click on it and then click Open link in new tab option.
To remove or delete a website from the list, click the three dots next to it and then click the Remove from history option. Simple as that!
View recently visited websites on Microsoft Edge in Windows 10/11 and Mac
Step 1: Click the three dots (refer to the picture below) next to the profile icon in the Edge toolbar and then click History to open the Edge’s history flyout.
Step 2: Here, the All tab shows your most recently visited websites. Like Chrome, the Edge browser also displays the time next to the entries so that you can know the exact time you visited a website.
To delete a website’s entry from the history, right-click on the entry and then click the Delete option. Click the Delete option when asked for confirmation.
View recently visited websites in Chrome and Edge on iPhone
Step 1: Open the Chrome or Edge browser.
Step 2: Tap the three dots and then tap the History icon to see the browsing history list.
Step 3: The browsing history list shows recently visited websites along with the visited times in Chrome/Edge browser.
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