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How do I print the internest history with pages, times and dates?
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You are going to need to supply a lot more information.

History of what?  Proxy server, web server, browser?
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1. Usually history files will save as .DAT files. We can't access that kind of files.

2. Try this:

Try to install these Freeware software(links are at the end of page) to view your Browsing history. Select the browsing history links you want and save all the history as text file. It will give you time,hits and path,user etc...

For Mozilla Firefox
http://www.nirsoft.net/utils/mozilla_history_view.html

For IE
http://www.nirsoft.net/utils/iehv.html

You can copy and paste history items in the Library (History/Bookmarks Manager) to a bookmarks folder and save them as a HTML file.



Hope it helps.

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