Question by  degaetus (14)

How do you gain access to someones internet history?

I want to see what sites my children have been visiting so that I can ensure they are not going places I do not want them.


Answer by  salsafoodie (3146)

You can check your internet history by clicking on your history tab on your firefox browser, and it will show the sites that have been accessed within the past 24 hours.


Answer by  Ali41 (1593)

In Internet explorer, there is usually a history button on the top of the screen. In the version I have, it looks like a clock with an arrow. If you don't see the button there, on the top menu go to View and select Explorer bar then choose history. It will show up on the left hand side.


Answer by  pagan23 (1342)

This is very easy to do. Just click ctrl+H and you will be able to see everything. Unless they delete the history it will show up. You can also find the history button under file.


Answer by  Zeeta (261)

In Internet Explorer 8, click the 'View' menu and check from 'Explorer Bars' the option 'History'. In Google Chrome, click on the Tool button. In different browsers it differs slightly.


Answer by  Jacob47 (295)

You have to open you internet Browser (Internet Explorer, Firefox, etc) and see the History. You can see the website when they went day by day. Or you can go in document and settings and see your temporary internet folder.


Answer by  mb (5482)

The easiest way is to look in the history file, you can use the drop down menu. However, any user can delete these files so I suggest in invest in a program like NetNanny.

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