SmileOnMyMac announced the immediate availability of BrowseBack 1.2 on Friday. The updated version of the Web page history viewer now lets you embed Web page images in your history documents instead of retrieving them from the Internet, uses less memory, and includes other minor bug fixes and enhancements. Browseback 1.2 is available for download at the SmileOnMyMac Web site, and is priced at US$29.95. The update is free to current users.
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