I use Chrome 78.0.3904.97 on Windows 10.

There is a "History" menu option that lists previously visited pages. It shows the page title and the domain name, but not the full URL.

How can I view the full URLs, without actually clicking to visit each page?

  • See if this app works for you>>>>betanews.com/2017/03/06/…
    – Moab
    Nov 10, 2019 at 17:09
  • I tried SterJo Chrome History program and it works with current version of Chrome.
    – Moab
    Nov 10, 2019 at 17:12
  • Go to chrome://history/
    – DavidPostill
    Nov 10, 2019 at 20:17

3 Answers 3


If you press Ctrl + H Chrome will open a tab that contains the Webpage title and the main URL of the website And if you right click on the link wich interessts you A bloc will pop up you ll dind Copy link adress Then just paste it in notepad or anywhere else and you ll obtain the full URL

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    It is not very convenient to click them one at a time -- I'm not sure why Chrome can't just display a list of URLs -- but it does work. Thanks.
    – equin0x80
    Nov 13, 2019 at 9:51

This works on Chrome Desktop Version 104.0.5112.81 (Official Build) (64-bit):

.map(_ => _[1].shadowRoot.querySelector("#link>div").style['background-image'])
.map(_ => decodeURIComponent(_.match(/page_url=(?<url>[^;]+?)&allow_google_server_fallback/).groups.url))
//.filter(_ => _.startsWith('https://SomeDomain.com/PathOfInterest'))
.forEach(_ => console.log(_))
  • Since its not an answer, maybe you should delete it to avoid downvotes Aug 11, 2022 at 3:52
  • I was planning to revisit this topic soon with the real answer once I figured it out...which I just did.
    – CalvinDale
    Aug 11, 2022 at 4:07
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    – Community Bot
    Aug 11, 2022 at 5:08

I was looking for the same solution so I can trim some type-ahead results from the omnibox. If you hover over the page icon for each result, you can see the full url and then act accordingly. In Chrome 116+ (and possibly before) you can view the history search results by "group", which DOES then show the full URL.

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