TidyFox – Fast Access to Visited Sites

TidyFox

Need a quick way to go back to web pages you have already visited?  The TidyFox add-on for Firefox will help you get the job done, and will also organize your visited pages into subpages too.

Once installed, TidyFox adds two new menu bar buttons.  One is to go back and visit your most visited websites and the other is to visit your most recently visited websites.

As you can see from the picture above, each webpage in the TidyFox menu is organized by the URL.  So, if you visited my about page on Firefox Facts, you would see it listed under www.firefoxfacts.com. So, as you can see the add-on does what it set out to do, bravo!

Now, as for the bad side of things – I found two annoyances.  One thing was that it picked up on Google ads for some reason, giving me a chance go to visit doubleclick.net.  There should be some sort of filtering in place for this I would say.  Also, when you click on the “Most Visited” text or the “Last Visited” text in the menus you are taken to a weird page that has little to nothing to do with Firefox.  The least they could do is link to Firefox Facts. (Just kidding!) I would like to see a more useful use of this link, if it is going to be a link at all.

Give it a shot, and let me know what you think.  You can learn more about the TidyFox extension at tidyfox.com and pick it up to use at the Firefox Add-ons website.

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