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Web Browser Browsing History
The address of every web page you visit is recorded in your browser history file. Your browser checks the history file every time you visit a web page, which is how it knows how to change the colour of links you have already visited. You can access your history file with most browsers by typing the command <ctrl>-h.
The most common uses of a history file are described below:
You can also specify how long to keep pages in your history file: