Keep browsing history on your Mac can be useful when you would like to retrieve previously closed websites while there is also a risk of giving away your privacy. Therefore here is the case: you clear the web history on Mac but after that you find it necessary to restore your browsing history or you want to be the only user on your Mac who knows your browsing history.
Another purpose of restoring website history on Mac is keeping kids safe online. Children delete their browsing history to stop their parents from accessing what they have done online. As parent, you do worry that kids are visiting improper websites or contact with bad guys online.
To restore browsing history of kids, Mac users can set up a new account enabled with Parental Control. Parental Control on Mac will log the Safari browsing history in the managed account. Administrators can login to the admin account and go to Parental Control panel to restore Safari browsing history. This way only works with managed account and the Parental Control doesn’t restore browsing history from any other web browsers like Firefox and Chrome.
An all-in-one solution is applying a Keylogger for Mac. Amac Keyloggers for Mac stores website browsing history secretly. Here is the advantages of website browsing history feature of Invisible Amac Keylogger for Mac.
- Store all web browsing history of ALL user accounts on your Mac.
- Log the names of web browsers and time when websites are visited.
- Retain browsing history even if they are removed from web browsers.
- The browsing history is only available by the Amac Keylogger user.
After installation of Amac Keylogger for Mac, it becomes easy for you to recover deleted website history from Safari, Firefox and Chrome on Mac. Open Amac Keylogger for Mac, click “View Logs”, select the web browser you want to restore and you will clearly view what websites have been opened. You don’t have to worry about missing something by clearing browsing history temporarily or restore Mac browsing history of your kids.
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