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import browser history file

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I have the browser history files of Internet Explorer and Google Chrome, from a remote users machine. I need to be able to import these and view the user’s http history. How can I do this?
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For Internet Explorer you can read this

How to import and export the Internet Explorer Favorites folder to a 32-bit version of Windows at http://support.microsoft.com/kb/211089
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tnd2,

To import Internet Explorer history data, you need to copy from C:\Windows\History
http://www.sevenforums.com/network-sharing/18439-import-internet-explorer-history-xp.html

To import your Chrome history, you need to copy the profile data to new computer
http://ellisweb.net/2008/09/where-does-google-chrome-store-user-history-profile-and-bookmarks/
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well try to open it in text file i think that file will easily open in text Editor \


here are some more info
http://www.ehow.com/how_5693578_import-search-history-ie-firefox.html
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thxs
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