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When the user visits the chrome:/history tab, the Chrome browser, like any other web browser, saves the details from the visited website in the history record and displays it to the user. The Ctrl+H keyboard shortcut can also be used to open this. The URL, favicon, timestamp, and page title of the last visited page will be shown in each entry on the history page.
When the Google Chrome history page isn’t enough to give you the answers you need, Google has created a “memory” page to manage and access the user’s network activities. This feature is now available in the Canary channel version’s chrome:/memories tab. Use it; after activating it, you can begin working right away.
The “memory” feature, on the other hand, is more efficient. In a card view, it lists all network operations, such as web browsing, scan, tab page, and bookmark adding, which will be registered one by one.
To use the memory feature in Chrome, follow these steps:
1-Check that you’re running Chrome Canary 92.0.4479.0 or higher.
2-Navigate to the chrome:/flags page.
3-Restart the tab after searching for Memories and enabling the label.
To see how this feature works, go to chrome:/memories. You can also enter a keyword query and see the results.
This functionality is officially available for Mac, Windows, Linux, Chrome OS, and Android, but we haven’t seen it on Android yet.