View Detailed Mozilla/Firefox History with MozillaHistoryView

Find out what you have surfed in the last few days easily. Yes you can do that by pressing Ctrl + H keys or using the History options but not as much detailed as using this amazing utility called MozillaHistoryView.

MozillaHistoryView is a small utility that can read the history data file of the Mozilla or Firefox browser and display the list of all pages you have visited in the last few days. The utility decodes the “history.dat” file created by the browser and gives a list of all the pages visited.

Features of MozillaHistoryView:

•    The utility is able to provide much information like URL, First visit date, Last visit date, Visit counter, Referrer, Title, and Host name. This feature is handy if you need to find more info other than the usual URL visited.

•    The utility can easily export the history list to a file in text/HTML/Xml format. Good, if you want to transfer the info to other PC or just carry with you.

•    The utility is quite small and doesn’t require any installations.

Any feedback about the utility?

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