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Hi guys, I want to view my history in Google chrome when I'm offline in it, Google chrome version that I am using is 17.0,please some one can help me with this?

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# Comment Id: 48812

Hello Candice,
I have read your concern regarding Google Chrome. You may follow these simple steps for you to view offline GOOGLE CHROME 17.0 history from your browser. I hope you will be able to apply these steps accordingly.
Actually, whether you are ONLINE or OFFLINE, you may be able to view your browser history for the past few days or even weeks; just simply browse more.
Simply open the Toolbar of your browser. In Google Chrome, toolbar is presented as a “WRENCH” icon on right-upper portion of the window. From the drop down menu, you can see “HISTORY” then click it to select.
Now, the “Browsing History page” will appear.
In the “Browsing History page,” you can edit individual entries, whether to delete it or not.
There are two tabs presented under Browsing history page namely, “Remove selected items” and “Clear all Browsing data. ” It’s up to you whether to delete history or not.
I hope I am in the right track of understanding your concern and give you a hand to fix the problem. I hope this information is of good help.

# Comment Id: 94505

History of Google Chrome does not relate to the availability of internet connection. You can view Google Chrome History whether you are Online or Offline. 

To view Google Chrome History you can use shortcut key i.e Ctrl+H or You can follow following steps:-
1) Click on Customize and control Google Chrome icon on the right hand side of address bar.
2) Click on Settings in Drop Down List.
3) Click on History tab in the Left Hand Side menu of the Window.

# Comment Id: 171215

If you’re on Google Chrome, there is a way you can download your entire Google history on your computer and be able to view it offline. Here’s how to do it. Fire up Google Chrome and log in to your Google account. View or go to “Web & App Activity” to view. Click on the gear icon on the top right corner of the page and select Download.

Next, click Create Archive and then wait for an email to be sent to your Google mail account. Google will send you an email when your personal archive is complete and ready to be downloaded. When the archive is ready, you can view it on your Google Drive in the Takeout Folder.

The downloadable collection includes terms that the user has Googled as well as information that may be more sensitive like medical symptoms.

Sharath Reddy