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How do I display all of my browsing history in Google Chrome?

When I press Ctrl+H I get most of the visited pages, but there are few missing as shown on following screenshot: The vertical bar is hiding 20 minutes of my browsing

Is there a way to get to the 20 minutes replaced by vertical bar?

I'm using Chrome Version 23.0.1271.95.

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You cannot directly, as Chrome has paginated history now.

However, if you install the extension History 2 from the Chrome Web Store, you can view the entire history by pressing Ctrl+H and selecting All history.

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Yep. that's exactly what I need. Thanks. – jnovacho Jan 4 '13 at 10:24
I'm glad to help You and happy that it fit Your needs :) – WorK Jan 4 '13 at 10:27
Also see Better History and History Calendar. – studgeek Jul 8 '13 at 22:49
@WorK will it also show history from all connected devices (by syncing them ? ) – exexzian Nov 22 '13 at 17:21
+1 for the history calendar - gave me the best print out. – Praesagus Apr 1 '14 at 0:45

To show the full history of your Google searches from all connected devices (for searching via Google when you are signed in to a Google account on your browser), you can go to

See also the discussion in

PS I posted this answer because initially I thought that would display Chrome browsing history, but I later realised that this only shows Google search history (including searches on browsers other than Chrome). If you browsed anything else on Chrome than via Google searches, this will not show up here. Sorry for the noise, anyway I thought it was more useful to leave this edited answer than to delete it completely.

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