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wI can only scan my browsing history for 'today'; how do I see what I was looking at yesterday or the day before?

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I can only scan my browsing history for 'today'; how do I see what I was looking at yesterday or the day before?

I can only scan my browsing history for 'today'; how do I see what I was looking at yesterday or the day before?

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dmurdoch 0 solutions 6 answers

If you choose "View" and "By Date", what do you see? I assume it's only Today. If so, are you choosing to clear your history on exit? That's a Preferences | Privacy setting.

If you choose "View" and "By Date", what do you see? I assume it's only Today. If so, are you choosing to clear your history on exit? That's a Preferences | Privacy setting.

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Thanks for the answer. You are correct, I was set up to erase each days history. Don't suppose you know of any magical way I could see my history from the past two days anyway? Thanks again.

Thanks for the answer. You are correct, I was set up to erase each days history. Don't suppose you know of any magical way I could see my history from the past two days anyway? Thanks again.
dmurdoch 0 solutions 6 answers

No, as far as I know Firefox doesn't keep secret records if you ask it to erase them.

No, as far as I know Firefox doesn't keep secret records if you ask it to erase them.

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Thanks for all your help; I know a little bit more than I did now.

Thanks for all your help; I know a little bit more than I did now.