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Google has been the search engine of choice for many of your burning (and not-so-burning) questions. Preference is so popular that every time you ask someone about a topic, they ask you to ‘Google it’. With hundreds of queries made every day, there are times when you may have found the result you wanted, read it, closed it, and forgot about it. Then one day you may need to retrieve the same page, but you can’t remember the URL or how you generated that search result in the first place.
To retrieve the search result that you found earlier, you can check your browser history. But if the search was done many days before, you may need to start from the starting point: regoogle.
However, if you have the history of Google, it is a completely new and different story. As long as you are logged in when doing any type of search, Google History has all the records of your search results along with a calendar for easy navigation. Not only will you be able to see all the registered visited sites, but you will be able to see all the search queries you made and the day they did it.
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