HistoryHound 1.9.7 Tracks Down Web Pages in More Places

October 27, 2009 in Utility (E)

[prMac.com] Blacksburg, VA - St. Clair Software today is pleased to announce the release of HistoryHound 1.9.7. HistoryHound lets you search the content of all web sites you've visited recently, plus all the pages you've bookmarked. It's a "personal web search." Just type in a few words that you remember reading and HistoryHound will give you a list of pages you've viewed recently, ranked by relevance. You don't have to remember the title of the page, which browser you were using at the time, or when you saw it - HistoryHound will find it for you.

What's New:
This update enhances HistoryHound's search capabilities with support for Safari 4.0, Opera 10 and Google Chrome. It can also now search pages that have been saved in webbookmark, webhistory and webloc files. This allows you to you configure HistoryHound to search not only web sites that you've viewed in your browser, but also pages that are bookmarked by other applications such as Webbla and Tags.

In addition, this release improves HistoryHound's performance and stability in many ways. We've reduced the load that HistoryHound's indexing places on the CPU and have addressed various problems that can occur with particular sites.

System Requirements:
Mac OS X 10.4, 10.5 or 10.6 (Snow Leopard)

Pricing and Availability:
HistoryHound 1.9.7 is a free update for existing HistoryHound users. It costs $19.95 for new users. Please see the St. Clair Software web site for screenshots, a full change log, and additional feature information.

St. Clair Software, based in Blacksburg, VA, is a privately held company that has been specializing in utilities and custom software solutions for the Macintosh since 1988. St. Clair Software can be contacted at: St. Clair Software, P.O. Box 10184, Blacksburg, VA 24062-0184, USA, fax: 540-552-5898.


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