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PostPosted: Sat Oct 11, 2014 1:10 am    Post subject: Internet Browser history timestamp question Reply with quote

Hello, I was wondering, if say I saw three websites url"s in the Chrome browser history that were accessed 15 mins apart in Chrome google and windows 8.1. This is according to the browser history timestamps. Is there anyway to tell If one of the URLs was open and the last one visited was closed.? Say like hitting a back button on a web browser, and going to a new website. Or can you tell if there were multiple tabs were open simultaneously. In a nut shell I guess Im asking is it possible to tell when a webpage was closed.? Should be the next url time stamp shouldn't it? Even if you open new tabs, It still registers a new time stamp. But is there anyway to say a web page was left open also ? Thanks This is not my field but need to know if I should refer this to a long wait in a lab, Thanks
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