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how to access deleted browser history using chrome on windows 7 [duplicate]

I accidentally deleted my chrome browsing history. Is there anyway I can recover it? I'm using Windows 7 Ultimate (2009)
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URLs in Chrome won't delete, even when history is cleared

I tried CCleaner and History Eraser. Nothing works. What should I do? Also, going down over the URL and hitting ShiftDel didn't work.
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Check Program History in Windows Vista

Is there a way within Windows Vista to check program history, much like how a web browser logs web pages that you have visited? Let's I wanted to see when chrome.exe was started. I'm not looking for ...
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Windows 7 Recent Places behaviour

Apparently it only lists the folders or places when you open a file or perform an action inside it. If you visit a folder and move back or close the explorer without opening any file inside it, it ...
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mapping cntrl+p , cntrl +n in command prompt

I m looking for a way to map CNTRL+p and CNTRL+n in command prompt to previous and next command in history. I m aware of F3 and up/down key but I m habituated to CNTRL+p/n on linux.
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Windows applications logs

Is there a way to acquire a complete history/log of what has been installed/uninstalled on a Windows XP system since it's Windows OS setup date, except the Application Log (MSIInstaller) entries on ...
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Where is my Yahoo! Messenger 11 chat history stored? How can I search through it?

I need to search for a string of text in my Yahoo! Messenger 11 chat history. When I view the history using Yahoo! Messenger, all I can do I cycle through past conversations one by one. I remember ...
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Why do “ls” in UNIX and “dir” in DOS have different names?

Why do they have different names for the same command, listing a directory? Surely, they could have talked to each other and agreed on one common name, such as for example cd which is the same for ...
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History Timeline of free disk space on a windows system

What is a good and simple tool to monitor and graph free disk space over time on a windows machine? The usual disk visualization tools are not a good fit, as the result should be an timeline of the ...
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Windows Standard Mode: When did it first appear?

I have read conflicting tales of when Windows first ran in protected mode and ran one DOS application in real mode (this mixture is the so-called standard mode, I think). Some sources claim it was ...
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Still logged in after deleting browsing history in IE9

When I try deleting browsing history from internet options in IE9, I am still logged in. For example, I'm still logged into my Super User account. I also tried "disk cleanup" and there is no gain. ...
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Uninstalled programs history on Windows 7

Is there a way to see a list of programs that have been uninstalled in a Windows 7 machine?
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How do I export the history from the Windows command line to a text file?

How do I export the history from the Windows command line to a text file? I think you can do it in Linux as something like "history >filename.txt", but how do you do it in Windows? I'm a geneticist, ...
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Windows NT history: Was it possible to upgrade in-place from OS/2 to Windows NT 3.1?

Was it possible to upgrade in-place from OS/2 1.2 or 1.3 on a HPFS volume to Windows NT 3.1? I know NT 3.1 supported booting from HPFS and had an OS/2 subsystem to run OS/2 1.x programs. NT was also ...
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Windows command line history

is there any place in windows where in admin or super user changes/commands are stored? like how linux has .bash_history for root?
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How can I get a history of directories I visited in the commandline?

I know you can get the command history in some consoles, but is history for the visited directories stored in a similar way?
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Windows Command Line Buffer that doesn't clear on close?

When I was working with RedHat at Uni, one of the things I liked most about the command line was that it stored commands from previous sessions to its buffer for long-term retrieval. The ability to ...