Do you suspect someone has been using your computer without your permission? Or do you think anyone has been using it to search for shady content online? Tap or click here to find out if your boss is spying on you.
Whether you’re at work or home, this type of activity can be cause for concern. What exactly are they looking for? Are they up to no good, trying to find your personal information or even online account credentials? Not good!
That’s why you need a way to verify your suspicions. This download can help you do just that so you can take control of your device before things get out of control.
Simple way to check search histories
The last thing you need is someone up to no good on your computer. Thankfully there is a tool that can help you find out what exactly is going on with your machine. We’re talking about MyLastSearch by Nirsoft.
It’s a free program for Windows that extracts and displays search queries made with popular search engines like Google, Yahoo and Bing and social networking sites like Twitter and Facebook. It’s a great way to see the history of searches conducted by you or anyone else on your computer.
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MyLastSearch scans the cache and history files of your browser and locates all searches made with the most popular search engines. The search history is then displayed in an easy to read table. You can select one or more search queries and then copy them to the clipboard or save them into a file.
To get started with MyLastSearch, click on the link we’ve provided below inside the yellow box. If you’re reading this article using the Komando.com app, you might not see the box. If not, click here to check it out.