Tricks and tips for everyone


Who runs the Internet Archive?

Who runs the Internet Archive?

A passionate advocate for public Internet access and a successful entrepreneur, Brewster Kahle has spent his career intent on a singular focus: providing Universal Access to All Knowledge. He is the founder and Digital Librarian of the Internet Archive, one of the largest libraries in the world.

How do you find old web pages that no longer exist?

Wayback Machine

  1. Open the Wayback website.
  2. Enter the URL of the missing website or webpage that you want to open in the box at the top.
  3. Click Browse History.
  4. You’ll see a calendar view. Select the year at the top and then date from the list of months below.
  5. That’s it!

How do you see what a website looked like in the past?

Head over to the Internet Archive’s official website and enter the URL of the site you’d like to look back on in the Wayback Machine’s address bar. Once entered, click “Browse History.” On the next page, you’ll see a timeline with all the years that contains a snapshot of the entered website.

Can you go back in time on a website?

The Wayback Machine is a digital archive of the World Wide Web founded by the Internet Archive, a nonprofit based in San Francisco, California. Created in 1996 and launched to the public in 2001, it allows the user to go “back in time” and see how websites looked in the past.

Is a legal website?

The short answer is yes, they are legal.

How do I use Google Wayback Machine?

Visit the webform at, enter the original URL of the web page of interest in the “Wayback Machine” search box and then hit return/enter. The next screen may: show a calendar listing the snapshot dates for all archived copies of that page, or.

How do I go back in time on Google?

Run a standard Google search, and it will show you the most recent and relevant results by default, but you can change that. From the search results page, click Tools, Any time, and Custom range to look for pages published around particular dates.

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