Do you need to find a webpage or website that you visited before but can’t remember how to access it again?
Are you want to find what are recent searches on Google.
Have you discovered a URL on your phone at the time, but you can’t seem to find it on your PC now.
Google store every searches , URL or website you visited. But make sure you are logged in into google account.
if you were connected into your Google account when you were searching on Google then you can find those searches easily.
If you are not logged in into Google account then you cant your recent searches.
In this article, we will discuss how to find your last 10 recent google searches.
How To Find Your Last 10 Google Searches?
For Android users, Open the Google Chrome App >> At top right, Tap on More (3 dots) (If your address bar is at the bottom, swipe up on the address bar.) >> Tap on History >> you will able to see all your recent searches.
For iPhone & iPad users, Open the Google Chrome App >> Tap on More (3 dots) >> Tap on History >> you will able to see all your recent searches.
For PC users, Open the Google Chrome >> Tap on More (3 dots) at top right >> Tap on History >> Again click on history >> you will able to see all your recent searches.
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Your Chrome history page displays the pages you’ve visited in the last 90 days.
It doesn’t keep track of Chrome sites you’ve viewed in Incognito mode, Chrome:/settings, or those you’ve previously erased from your browser history.
Your History page will display webpages you’ve visited across all of your synced devices for much longer if you’re logged into Chrome and syncing your history.
Your History page won’t display webpages from other devices if Chrome is closed while you are logged out.