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How to quickly find a web page you visited in the recent past (even if you don’t remember the title




Searching the browser history in Google Chrome couldn’t be simpler. Just follow the steps below:

1 – Right-click on the Back button, then click Show Full History.

2 – Type the word you’re searching for into the Search box. (For the example above I would type the word Churchill.)

3 – Find the link you’re looking for in the list of search results, then click on that link to revisit the page.

Searching the browser history in Firefox is easy as well, but it does require a few extra steps:

1 – Click the History, Bookmarks and More icon located near the top-right corner of the Firefox window (it resembles several books standing on a bookshelf).

2 – Select History from the drop-down menu.

3 – Click View History Sidebar.

4 – Type the word you’re searching for into the Search box. (For the example above I would type the word Churchill.)

5 – Find the link you’re looking for in the list of search results, then click on that link to revisit the page.

6 – Click the X at the top of the History Sidebar to close it.

Pretty easy, huh? Now you know how to quickly revisit a web page you’ve visited in the recent past even when you don’t know the title of the page or which website it’s on!

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