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Computors history How can I locate all the web sites my computor has accessed?

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Open internet explore that is your browser and press Ctrl + h key at a time to open history .now on the left side you will see history window and you can locate all the web sites you accessed....
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The availability of this data will vary depending on your web browser settings. It unlikely that you will be able to view the history of ALL websites ever visited, but you should be able to view recent history.

If you are using Internet Explorer, or Firefox, follow these steps:

1. Open your browser
2. Hold down the CTRL (or "control") button on your keybord
3. Press the H button on your keyboard

This will open the history browser, which will allow you to see the list of sites visited. As I mentioned, the list may only include recent sites within the last few days, but it depends on your browser's retention settings.

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