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I have switched over, and still learning the Mac. In PC I had a small program that recorded every web site I went to and put them in an alphabetical order. I could look under any letter and find the site I wanted and click on it and I was there. Is there anything for the Mac like that?
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If you are using Safari you can set the amount of history it keeps of your web pages. You can click on the Bookmarks button on the far left (right below the back button) and select History. It's in chronological order but it is searchable.

You can also get to web pages in your history with the Spotlight feature (Command-Space).

Finally, you can control how much history is kept by going into Preferences / General. The default is one month.

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don't know if this will help…
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Thank you very much folks, I appreciate the input.
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