MiTeC Internet History Browser is a compact and portable tool which collects and displays your IE, Firefox, Chrome, Opera and Safari browser histories from a single, simple interface.
The program is easy to use. Just launch it, click the "Getting Started" picture or description, and in a moment or two you'll get a chronological view of your browsing history. If you wanted a reminder of what you looked at yesterday afternoon (or what someone else was doing), say, just scroll down a little, look at those times and you should see a list of visited pages, the time they were accessed, and the browser used at the time.
That's just the start, though. If you see a URL of interest, click it, and the program can also display the full URL of that page, as well as the number of times it's been visited (according to the combined internet histories, anyway). While clicking the Open button will launch that page in your default browser.
And you can also use the search box to filter the history list by particular key words. Search for "Facebook", say, to view a history of all your (or someone else's) Facebook visits.
While this mostly works very well, we did find one significant problem with MiTeC Internet History Browser: it was unable to display any history at all of Internet Explorer activity on our test PC. Probably because this had IE10 installed, and this now records its history in a different way.
If you're using IE9 or earlier, though, or are happy to view the histories of other browsers only, then the program is a quick and convenient way to track your internet activities.