Browsing history in Firefox - View the websites you have visited

Firefox keeps track of the websites you visit in your browsing sessions. To view your browsing history:

Click on the menu button fx57menuFx89menuButton to open the menu panel. Click the Library 57 library icon button on your toolbar. (If you don't see it, click the menu fx57menu button, then click Libraryclick the menu fx89menuButton button.) Click History and then click the Show All HistoryManage History bar at the bottom to open the Library window.

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The Library window that opens when you click the Show All HistoryManage History bar will show your browsing history.

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Tip: it is also possible to perform the same operation quickly using the shortcut Ctrl + Shift + H. Pressing Ctrl + Hcommand + shift + H will open your History in a sidebar.

From the Library window, you can search for a particular website you have visited using the Search History field in the top right corner.

Double-click on a website to open it in the current tab.
Right-clickHold down the control key while you click on a website to view other actions, such as open in a new tab, open in a private window, bookmark page, copy the URL, and more

You can also sort all visited websites by name, tag or URL by clicking on the column labels.

It is possible to remove websites from your browsing history or clear the browsing history. See these articles to learn more:

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