Google is one of the most extensively used Search Engine, with its browser, i.e. Chrome. Being a cross-platform, Chrome can be used on Windows, macOS, Android, and Linux. Every browser stores the data regarding the search history to let the users reaccess the webpages even if they don’t remember the website names correctly. If a user forgets the actual website name and if he has been on that website earlier, the browser will show the name in the suggestions if the user enters some initials of that website. But sometimes it is not at all safe to keep the data even in the search history. For that process, you can use Incognito Window. If in case you are using a standard window on a browser, then you must check for the web history and if needed, delete it accordingly. Here we have mentioned all the points regarding how to view and remove your Chrome browser history. You can check them for further references.
View Your Browser History
When you use a browser to search for information on any topic, the browser records links to the websites on which you have searched for a particular item. Depending on your Gmail account settings, you might be able to see the search history from other devices in which you had your account logged in. To view your Chrome history on your system, you can follow these steps:
Click on three dots on the top right corner of your screen.
You will find the “History” option on the 4th number.
On clicking it, a new box will appear on the right side with a “History” option, “recently Closed Tabs” option, and few of the recently searched web pages.
Click on the “History” option on the top, and you will get redirected on the history page.
Please read the originial post here: https://directory-fast.uk.com/blog/how-to-view-and-delete-your-chrome-history/