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How can I check web browsing history from a drive hooked up as external?

Posted on 2012-03-28
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I have a computer that I took out its hard drive from and hooked up it up as external drive to a different computer.

How can I check the internet explorer/chrome browsing history?


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The history for IE is stored %appdata\..\Local\Microsoft\Windows\History

Chrome's history is stored here
%appdata%\..\Local\Google\Chrome\User Data\Default

Export the history SQLite files to a already installed chrome folder as the same and open chrome and look at the history.
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strugglingalong--There is freeware called History Viewer that should allow you to see what sites have been visited.
http://www.historyviewer.net/

Another approach is to go directly to the index.dat file in Temporary Internet Files\Content.IE5  (Content.IE5 and its index.dat file are hidden files and you will need a viewer to read index.dat.  
http://www.acesoft.net/index.dat%20viewer/index.dat_viewer.htm
Be sure to explore the various tabs at the top.
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