How to view your browser history
Double-clicking on a list of web pages will take you there. Right-clicking will give you the option to open in new tab, open in new window, copy, or delete.
• In Edge, Choose Story will display a list of All by date, Recently closed, or Tabs from other devices, ordered by tabs. Edge will sync your browsing history across devices if you allow it, so you can sync information from your smartphone or tablet to your desktop computer.
Double-clicking on a site will open it again. Right-clicking will give you the options Open in New Tab, Open in New Window, or Copy Link.
• In Firefox, History | Manage history (on PC) or Show all history (on Mac) will display a library of your websites, organized by Today, Yesterday, Last 7 Days, This Month, Previous Five Months, and Over 6 Months.
Double-click on the grouping you want to open the list. Double-click an item to recall it.
Right-click on an item to see eight options, including two not offered in other browsers: Open in a new private window, which lets you surf the site without leaving a trace, and Forget this site, which deletes all the data. stored in Firefox across this entire domain. This includes bookmarks, cache, cookies, history, and passwords. If you choose the latter option, the information is difficult to recover unless you have a backup of the files.