Web browsers keep a history of the websites users have visited. Depending on the user settings, a Web browser can keep its history for days or even months; however, you can also delete the browsing history whenever you want for security or privacy reasons. You can also view browser history to track the websites that others users of the computer have visited. Most Web browsers keep information about the visit to the website including the time a user accessed the website or how many times it's been viewed.
Open Internet Explorer.
Press "Ctrl" and "H" simultaneously. This is a keyboard shortcut that opens the history of Internet Explorer.
Select the day for which you want to view the browser history. This shows the websites visited for that day.
Select the website name you'd like to see.
Right-click the website link and click "Properties."
Find the information that says "Last Visited." This shows the date and time that someone last accessed the website.
Open Google Chrome.
Click the wrench icon on the upper right side corner.
Click "History." This opens a page that shows the websites accessed. In the leftmost column, it shows the time a user last accessed the website.