I want to know all accounts being accessed from my IP address.
As Guy points out, there are some things you can learn from your browser history and similar data. You could also look in your firewall and router logs (this is highly dependent on the make & model, of course) and try to figure out what has been accessed. At the end of the day though, the only way to know _for sure_ what has been accessed is to set up some monitoring equipment on your network (since "your" IP address is probably common to everyone who is connected to your router) and log all transactions.
you can use tracking software like manictime?
Browser history is a start. Then there are the cookies. To see where Internet Explorer stores its Cookies in Windows Vista, Windows 7 or Windows 8, open Explorer > Organize > Folder Options > Views > Check ‘Do not show hidden files and folders’ and Uncheck ‘Hide protected OS files’ > Apply > OK.
Now you will be able to see the two locations of Windows Cookies folders at the following address.
Outside of that, you would have to look at installing tracking software on your computer, if you suspect someone at your house is accessing your online accounts with your computer. If that's the case, start protecting your computer with a username and password. Do NOT let the browser save your password for accounts. Change the passwords for any accounts you think may have been accessed.
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Could you be more specific? Which accounts specifically are you referring to?