Move back faster in your browser
The most commonly used feature in Internet browsers is the back button. All browsers today also support the ability of going back to any recently visited page. To access this feature, click the small down arrow next to the back buttons (pictured below) or click and hold the back button.
Holding the back button down or click the down arrow shows the most recent pages you've visited and allow you to go back to the page of your choice. This feature is especially helpful for those pesky pages that forward you to another page each time you press the back button or for any time you need to go back more than one page.
The picture is an example of the Google Chrome back button which displays the back menu when holding down the mouse button. Instead of clicking the back button once, click and hold the mouse button down until a menu appears. Once this menu appears, click on any of the links to go back to that page.
The browser can go back even further than what's shown in the menu. If the page you want is not listed, click the last page, and then repeat the above steps again until you get back to where you need to go.