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Search Through Browsing History Easier in Chrome and Iron

Are you looking for an easier way to search through your browsing history? Then you may want to have a look at the History Calendar extension. History Calendar allows you to search and display entries by date using the floating calendar added to your History Page.

If you have a lot of history entries but can not remember the exact details about a website, then this great little extension lets you quickly narrow it down to the date you visited the site. From there you can quickly look through the entries for that day only to find what you are looking for.

Install the History Calendar Extension [via Browser Scene]

Akemi Iwaya is a devoted Mozilla Firefox user who enjoys working with multiple browsers and occasionally dabbling with Linux. She also loves reading fantasy and sci-fi stories as well as playing "old school" role-playing games. You can visit her on Twitter and .

  • Published 04/22/11

Comments (6)

  1. Collin

    Another one that i really like is called History 2

  2. Bluey

    Poorly placed, it covers the Edit option.

  3. Micro Adam

    does this work on google chrome?

    the screenshot is of chromium,not chrome

  4. AsianAngel

    @Micro Adam – Yes, it will work on Chrome. ^_^

  5. NB

    I love Chrome plug-ins! I was really dubious about switching to chrome when one of my CS friends admonished me for using Internet Explorer, but it’s so awesome! You can personalize and add gadgets, and…ah! So wonderful. On that note – Wait, what’s the difference between chromium and chrome?! Does Google have 2 browsers?

  6. AsianAngel

    @NB – Chromium is the open source non Google-branded version of Chrome. ^_^ There are starting to be quite a few variants loose now. ^_^

    Google Chrome (Canary, Dev, Beta, & Stable), Chromium, Iron Browser, ChromePlus, the soon to be defunct version 3.x of Flock, Rockmelt, Comodo Dragon, and likely more soon.

    The extensions, themes, etc. pretty much work the same across the board without any problems. ^_^

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