How to Find Recent Google Searches You Made

By Keith Patrick

Users can choose to shut off web history completely.
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Google provides extensive web history records for any user with a Google account. The company will record every web search, blog search, product search and viewed image within it's platform. Google can provide these records largely because Google account holders predominantly use Google applications like Google Search, Google Images, Google Books, and Google Products. You can find your recent Google searches by logging into your Google account and then opening the "Web History" application.

Open an Internet browser application on your computer. Visit the Google homepage in your browser. Click the "Sign In" button in the upper right corner of the page. Enter your username and password into the designated fields then click "Sign In."

Click the "My Account" button on the right side of the page. Click the "Web History" application in the "My Products" section of the main account page.

Look over the list of web searches provided for you. Your most recent searches will appear first in the results.

Type a few words into the search bar if you are looking for one search in particular. Look at the calendar to the right of the list. Click on a date to view all the searches you made that particular day. If you have not cleared your web history in some time, Google will have saved every search you made since the last clearing.