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How do i find the exact hour of a search?

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i know that you can choose to see all the searches you have today but i want a minute based search timestamp

So later when i look back on history around something like 2.30 i know exactly what website i did then, I had numerous times when i had tabs upon for like hours i know i found them at that time but i can't find them anymore cuz i don't know the exact time of search which chrome has and its really important to me and helping me. Anyway i can do ths?

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This isn't something that's offered natively in Firefox, but you could get that functionality through a browser add-on. Add-ons like Better History or Improved History should allow you to view the timestamps for your history.

Hope this helps.

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If you would consider an external program, you can use MzHistoryView to extract history entries for the period of your choosing:

http://www.nirsoft.net/utils/mozilla_history_view.html

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