Searching through your history


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Searching through your history

The latest version of Apple's web browser Safari 4, which again ships as part of Snow Leopard, offers a couple of very nice enhancements to the History function. Your browser's history is, of course, a list of all the sites you've visited in the browser over the past several days or weeks. By default, Safari saves about a month's worth of the pages you have opened. Now you can see your history by going to the History menu, but unless you are looking for a page you just visited a little while ago it can be extremely difficult to find the page you need this way. As with previous versions of Safari, you can click the Show Bookmarks button in the Bookmarks bar and then select History under Collections.

If you don't use the Bookmarks bar, you can also choose History > Show All History, but I use the Bookmarks bar. Here you again can see a list of all the pages you've visited, but this also gives you access to the Search field in the upper right-hand corner. History s...

Searching through your history
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Searching through your history provides you with in-depth training on Business. Taught by Garrick Chow as part of the Mac OS X 10.6 Snow Leopard New Features

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Business
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