Find A Web Page
That You Visited Today Or A Few Weeks Ago!
Have you ever stumbled on an interesting Web page, wanted to return to it, but
forgotten where it was? History list to the rescue!
Internet Explorer automatically records Web pages you've visited both today
and in the past. It organizes them in folders on the History bar by the day you
visited. Within each day, it organizes the Web sites alphabetically in folders,
putting each page visited on that site in that folder. (Internet Explorer stores
every visit for the last 20 days to begin with, but you can change this number.
Here's how to find pages in the History list:
1. On the Internet Explorer toolbar, click the History button.
Internet Explorer opens the History bar on the left side of the screen.
2. In the History bar, click the time period you want to search.
For example, you may want to see all the sites you visited today.
3. Click the Web site folder to open the list of pages, and then click the link
to the page to display the Web page itself.
4. When you've finished using the History bar, click the Close button.
Tip: You can delete any Web site or page from the History list. Right-click a
Web site folder or Web page, and click Delete.
A cautionary note: If you delete a Web site folder, Internet Explorer deletes
the folders and all the links to all the pages stored in that folder.
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