Full History Keeper saves a complete, permanent, offline-viewable copy of every web page you view in the folder of your choice.

Saving is so fast you will not even notice this is running.

Each page is stored in one single file, named with the save-date + type + domain + URL (for quickly locating your files). All necessary resources are included in the save, including CSS, images, scripts, forms, and even the things you type when you click "submit" - you will be able to search through all your browsing history, including the full content of everything you've seen, and keep a permanent offline copy for yourself - even if the original web page online gets removed or changed. Tired of typing and having stupid web sites delete what you wrote before it got posted? No problem - your history files will get it back!

Several options exist:

  • You can set when to save the page (eg: a few seconds after loading, or, when you close it, or both)
  • You can choose various different ways to save.
  • You can specify pages or domains etc to exclude from being saved

For purposes of lightening-fast page-saves, this installation requires 2 parts to function - you must install them both for this to work:

  1. "Full History Keeper" (the extension, menu system, and options)
  2. "Full History Keeper App" (the Application which saves the files)

The code after the date means:
L - save happened on page load
C - save happened on page close
T - timer save
M - manual save

The coolness of being able to jump back *always* is awesome: no more filled-forms-of-typing lost for dumb reasons (or weeks/months later wondering what you submitted online to someplace), no more "can't find that web page again" problems thanks to being able to "grep" everything you've got, no more "bugger - the page is gone" moments... and if you're really conscientious, you can even look at the growing pile of stupid pages you visited to remind yourself to "work more play less" :-)