Click the "Back" button to see what previous websites he's visited.
If he's been using that time to access his dating profile, you'll find it. Go to his computer when he's not around it and open his Web browser, which might be Internet Explorer, Firefox or Chrome, and click on "History" in the menu bar.
But be aware that he could have erased the browser history. Dating websites typically will send emails to people once they set up a profile and will also send periodic email updates.Access your husband's computer and try to access his email account.You might not know his password, but you still might be able to access his account if he didn't sign out the last time he used it.When dealing with a situation as sensitive as whether your husband is checking out other women online, it's important to remember that as of yet there's no bad news -- at least not in terms of infidelity on the Web. There are some steps you can take to determine whether your husband has established any Internet dating profiles.But be aware that investigating your husband's Internet habits could damage the trust between you if it turns out he is innocent.
Search for your husband's personal details and photo among different online dating sites.Check sites such as Match.com, e Harmony, Zoosk and Christian Mingle.Search for specific details such as your husband's age, height, weight and location to see if you can locate his profile.Most likely he's not using his real name, but, if he does have a profile, he might not hide these other details about himself. Observe at what times your husband uses his computer, especially when he uses it away from you, perhaps late at night.Wait for a moment when he leaves his computer to go into another room.Then go to his computer and see what he's looking at.