View, Clear and Delete Search History
All my web search history is related to a browser or an application. Choose your option below to the corresponding article:
My Search History
What is my Search History and How to show, find, see, view, manage, erase, Delete and Clear it completely in Main Programs, Browsers and Applications on the Internet: Google, Bing, Youtube and Facebook.
All our activity on the internet is tracked by internet browsers and other applications.
All the searches, recent and historical that we perform are stored by default. This is useful because we can see what we searched before and it is also useful as a suggested search.
On the other hand, we may want to keep our searches private for many reasons:
- We search for porn or other intimacy.
- We are looking for a surprise for our family, friends and we don't want them.
- Whatever other reason we have to keep searches private.
In this page we will learn how to view and delete web search activity in the main internet services.
Recent Search History
All our daily searches are stored in browser and internet software, use guides in this website to view and delete it completely.
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History of Search
The history of search engines, as we understand them today, does not go back beyond 1994. Search engines arise from university projects in which the search engine or spider was the central axis of its operation.
Since then, and in a little over ten years, the most important internet portals have emerged, which has also become large and powerful companies of our time. I'm talking, that doubt fits Google, Yahoo! and Bing.
The first great search engine: Yahoo
In 1994, David Filo and Jerry Yang, two students of the Ph.D. program in Electrical Engineering at Stanford University, decided to compile their favorite web pages in a guide. There came a time when the index of references was huge and they saw the need to reorganize and divide them in the form of a directory on which they could search. Thus the concept of Yahoo was born.
Soon they realized that they were not the only ones interested in a site where they could find a database with the most useful and interesting pages. Hundreds of people and even outside of Stanford accessed that information. At the end of 1994 the million views were celebrated and in April of 1995 was founded Yahoo! with an initial capital of $ 2 million dollars contributed by investment companies and venture capital.
What put Yahoo! ahead of its competition was the fact of being the first guide in which the links were presented accompanied by a description compiled by a human along with each URL. The human intervention in the process of admission to the directory in the description of the websites gave relevance to it over the robots-based search engines.
But it was precisely the need for human intervention that made Yahoo! I could not grow at the pace that the network did. And in the year 2000 she was forced to incorporate the Google results with a complement of her own directory. Two years later, it relegates its directory results to a second plane to obtain the results of its first Google competitor, a situation that continued until 2004.
To be able to deal with Google, Yahoo! He had to acquire other companies in the sector (Inktomi and Overture, which in turn had bought Altavista and AlltheWeb) and incorporate their technology to launch their own search engine in 2004.
Meanwhile, it had expanded services of all kinds: Webmail, news, forums, mailing lists, instant messaging, in short, giving the user everything he could need on the Internet. This would also be against him because they forgot that the search for Information was the second use of the internet after the email.
The child prodigy: Google
With just nine years, Google has managed to be the favorite of the majority and become the home page of almost all of us.
Founded in 1998 by Larry Page and Sergei Brin, Google opened its doors in Menlo Park, California, in the rented garage to a friend and there, quietly began the most important revolution of the internet and which has become the most important company of the world's media.
What is the secret of your success? First, the simplicity of use. Second, the complexity of their algorithms and the success in the results they achieved.
The algorithms of Yahoo! They were very easy to manipulate and being based only on content, they facilitated the appearance of spammers and webmasters specialized in positioning their websites at any price, although these results were not relevant for searches and creating frustration in the user.
The search engine of Google, however, is not only based on the content but they have introduced in their algorithm an element inherited from the scientific world. What makes a document important is the number of times the scientific community cites it. Google considers relevant those pages that have the content that the user demands and are also cited by other pages of the sector.
It also takes into account the level of user satisfaction with a search, the number of times that you click on each result, the percentage of dropouts, etc.
In the year 2000, Google had become the largest search engine on the Internet and only two search engines had the overwhelming push of this prodigy child, one of them was Yahoo !, the other, and thanks to Microsoft's power user base and its endless treasury, was MSN Search.
Bing or MSN Search
The most recent of the great search engines is MSN Search, from Microsoft, currently Bing. Initially, MSN relied on others to list searches. But in 2004 he debuted with his "MSNbot". In addition to Web search, it includes news search, image search, desktop search and search in Encarta online encyclopedia system.
One of the strengths of this search engine is its integration with Microsoft's product suite and operating system. In recent years Bing has known how to improve its performance and is already a great candidate to become a great rival of Google