Search queries that are usually done by people on their web browsers would be stored in their history folder unless they clear this up using the tools menu of their browser. Google, one of the leading search engines today, provides a historical search query which allows people to go back towards previous searches either through their homepage or through their downloadable Google toolbar. The process of storing past search queries would usually fall under the enabling of the Auto complete option of the Content Tab under the Internet Tools menu of browsers.
The Auto complete feature from past search queries can immediately be accessed by simply typing the first few letters or one keyword. The result would show previous queries of the probable similar search queries, allowing the user to simply select or click the previous query, which would show the last results made for it. This is one feature that Google provides but such would only last for a certain time, usually a maximum of 20 days as set in the default time allowed for storing historically viewed websites and queries.
Another way is through using the historical folder which categorizes websites according the visits made by the browser. Search queries stored on a daily basis from a certain timeframe of weeks to days would provide a detail list of the actual sites visited for that particular day. This whittles down the need to manually find and navigate through the sites and determine the proper keywords entered in Google and access the actual site. By the daily stored sites cached in the history or temporary Internet folder, sites visited using Google can be found easily.
There are of course some people who have the habit of regularly cleaning out their history folder and not storing historical sites. The reason for this is the rampant outbreak of spyware and Trojans over the web. Although these will usually affect the cookies from browsers, the advanced technologies have gone as far as infecting sites and using them to spread viruses and malicious spyware that can make the lives of innocent people miserable over the Internet. Browser hijacks and Trojan problems are the usual headaches that anyone would want to avoid, and this is something that no one really wants to encounter.
Given the purpose of the Internet as far as providing needed information on any genre needed, Google is preferred by most to return the reliable sites to pose as reference sites. For sure, the number of sites to manage as far as saved searches will always be on the last page that was viewed prior to actually saving them. Shortcuts to such URL’s e also used to help them immediately go towards the page without having to do any track backs in the workstation. Only thing is, the user should not forget to refresh the page on the next access since most of the time, the page would show the actual results on the day the page was saved.
--- Maddie Wesson, 2006