Posted: 29 Jul 2014 01:29 PM PDT
The built-in history feature built into all web browsers can be very useful. If you need to revisit a page that you looked at yesterday, or a month ago, just search through the history listing and you'll probably find the correct URL listed there.
However, the browser history would be much more useful if it stored not just the URL of the pages you visit, but also the text that was on the page too. And if it let you search that text, to find precisely the item you remembered reading without having to know the site that it was on.
If such a feature sounds like something you'd appreciate, and if you use the Chrome browser, then your luck is in. A free extension called All Seeing Eye gives you precisely that functionality.
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