To remove the search history on a computer that uses Internet Explorer, first view the browsing history, or cache, right-click the site for removal and then click the delete option. To find the History section, click the... More »

Although there are many ways of recovering deleted Internet history on your PC, doing a system restore is one of the easiest ways. To do a system restore, go to the Start menu and do a search for "system restore." System... More »

You can view deleted browsing history using a recovery software or Domain Name System, or DNS, cache. Otherwise, Google History is the fast and easy way to see deleted browsing history if you have a Google Account and we... More »

Deleted Internet browsing history can be viewed in a computer's DNS cache. To do so, search for "cmd" in the Start menu in Windows 7 to open a command prompt. At the prompt, type "ipconfig/displaydns," and select Enter t... More »

You can view deleted browsing history using a recovery software or Domain Name System, or DNS, cache. Otherwise, Google History is the fast and easy way to see deleted browsing history if you have a Google Account and we... More »

Deleted history items from a computer go into the computer's cache, or the Temporary Internet Files folder. Items in the cache may include audio, video, pictures and websites. The cache also contains cookies picked up fr... More »

Your Internet history, or browser history, is stored in your browser's temporary cache file on your computer's hard drive. When a page is viewed, the URL is stored in the browser history along with the date it was last o... More »