Search your entire browser history at once with this awesome program
Your browser history is a record of the sites you have visited. This includes download history, search history, cookies, and the time and day you visited each site.
This is useful when you want to revisit a page. It’s not so great when you share a computer with others. For privacy reasons, you’ll want to clear your history, even if no one else is using your computer. Tap or click here for instructions on deleting your browser and social media history.
Have you ever encountered a problem and knew you had found the solution during a recent search? You are going crazy trying to find that great webpage with the answer, but you are unable to grab it. We’ll show you how to quickly find everything you’ve seen in your recent browsing sessions.
Hold. I swear I just saw it yesterday
It’s happened to all of us. You have found a great site or information that you would like to review or share with others. Your search history is huge, so you start randomly searching for keywords that may or may not match what you found on that long-lost page.
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Here’s a solution we recently came across. With BrowserParrot, you can perform a full-text search on every site in your browser history. Your search can also span all of your browsers. BrowserParrot searches the titles, text and URLs of sites you have already visited.
As long as the history is there, you can browse it. You’ll see the results update as you type, similar to what you see when you use Google Search. This is great when you can’t think of an exact word or phrase to search for.
And the best thing? BrowserParrot stays local. Your history and searches never leave your computer and are stored locally in a database.
It’s free for now
BrowserParrot is free in beta. Once the beta version is over, there will be a charge for using the program.
The developers are offering lifetime free use to anyone who signs up during the beta period, so if you’re interested, now’s the time to check out BrowserParrot.
BrowserParrot is only available for macOS at the moment, and Windows and Linux versions are in the works. To get started, go to browserparrot.com and click on the To download button at the bottom of the page to try it out.
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