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Exploring Chrome Extensions, Week 3: Better History

Welcome back to the monthly Techbits where we look at interesting Chrome extensions. This time we are checking out an extension to enhance your browsing history: Better History.

The default Chrome history is organized from top to bottom, descending from newest to oldest sites with page breaks to indicate days. While this does work just fine, it can be a bit of a chore to search through and, quite frankly, is pretty messy.

The Better History extension seeks to add an additional layer of organization to Chrome’s browsing history. It does this in several ways. First, it separates days by use of tabs at the top of the page. Second, it still displays sites from newest to oldest viewed but page breaks based on the hour. You can also access these hourly page breaks via some handy page links at the top of the history page.

You can get Better History HERE!


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