Open the Google Chrome browser on the system and go to settings by clicking the corresponding icon in the top right of the window. In the list that appears, use the option "History" to access the browsed pages. For quick access to the log management you can also use the key combination Ctrl and V.
In the program window you will see a list of pages you visited. The browser offers plenty of features to work with saved history. So to go to already visited the site, click on any of the listed in the tab links. If the selected site was visited during the day repeatedly, click the arrows next to the desired row. In the context menu select "Other entries on this site." On the next page you will see the number of visits to this site over the entire period of time.
To delete a specific log entry, also click the arrows next to the desired item. Select the second option "Remove from history" to erase this item from the browser's memory. If you want to delete several specific log entries, move your cursor to the left of the time of your visit and make a mark in the pop-up block. Thus you can choose several listed in the resource list, then click "Remove selected items". You marked resources will be deleted from the list of pages in history.
If the results of history are you looking for some specific website, or the name of the specific resource and its title, use the search bar at the top of the browser window. Enter in this section the search query, and then click "Search in history". Found matching results will be displayed in the search window of the program.
For complete removal, use the link "Clear history". In the menu that appears, place a checkmark next to those items you would like to remove. You can also clear the history for a certain period of time or delete any data other than the log, for example, cache, and saved passwords. To apply the settings, click "Clear history". Deletion of log records is completed.