What is a WebHistory?
WebHistory is a feature of Chrome that lets you view the websites that you have visited, as well as the pages you have loaded. It’s a great way to see which websites are giving you the most trouble, and to track down any problems that you may be having with them. You can also use it to see which sites are tracking your activity data.
To use WebHistory in Chrome:
1. Open Chrome.
2. Click on the three lines in the top left corner of the browser window (or press Ctrl+Shift+J).
3. Select “Tools” from the menu that appears.
4. Select “Extensions”.
5. Locate the WebHistory extension and click on it to open it up.
6. If you don’t have any history to view, there will be a message saying so at the top of the WebHistory window (shown below). Click on the “Clear All History” button to start from scratch.
7. To view your history, click on the “History” tab at the top of the window (shown below). You can select individual dates and times to
How To See Your Amazon Login History?
If you’re like most people, you use your Amazon login to access all of your Amazon account information, including your shopping history and other web history. But what if you want to see this information in Chrome? Here’s how:
1. In Chrome, open the menu by clicking on the three lines in the top-right corner of the browser window, and then clicking on “Settings.”
2. Under “Privacy,” click on “History.”
3. Under “History settings,” click on “Show history for this site.”
4. In the pop-up window, enter amazon.com into the “Search website” box, and then click on the magnifying glass icon next to it.
5. If you have an account with multiple Amazon accounts, Chrome will list each account in turn under “Account name.” You can then click on an account name to view its browsing history for that site.
How To Clear Your WebHits In Chrome?
If you’re like many people, you probably have a ton of web history saved in your Chrome browser. Some of this history may be useful, but most of it is probably just junk you don’t need anymore. If you want to clear your history, there’s a quick and easy way to do it.
If you’re ever curious about what websites you’ve logged into on Amazon or any other website, Chrome has a neat feature that will show you your login history and other web history. Just open up Chrome and go to chrome://settings/history. From here, you can see every website that you’ve accessed (and the time stamp for when it was visited), as well as the username and password for any accounts that were used to log in. This is a great way to keep track of which websites are safe to visit, and also helps protect your online identity if someone happens to steal your login information.