When using Firefox, there comes a time when you might be need of the history page. The good thing is that accessing your recent searches or page visits is more than easy. In Firefox, there is a History menu, which provides a list of all the pages one has visited recently. Firefox users can use this menu to view their Firefox history. What you need to do open the History sidebar and click on ‘Show All History’. After selecting this option, the Library window will appear and give you the option of choosing which history you are interested in. Individuals have a huge array to choose from. You can select history of that particular day, previous day, previous week, previous month etc.

Firefox history is usually displayed as a list of all the pages you visited. Many people might be interested in using this history in one way or another. However, to others, they consider it as an intrusion to their privacy. What is for sure is that whether you need this feature or not, the fact of the matter is that the page really comes in handy in numerous situations. Without a doubt, this is a feature worth having.

As you do your browsing, Firefox remembers all your activities through the Firefox history. The information stored here is a lot and very important. Some of the crucial information stored here includes the sites you have visited, downloaded files and so much more. When using a computer that is not yours, you may choose to disable this option or delete all your history after using.

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