Track down and organize already-visited web sites more easily with two smart new tools from Google:
1. Google Web History (www.google.com/history). Can’t find that great web site you saw last month? With Web History, Google logs every site you’ve visited through a Google search. You have to be logged on using a Google account to access the history. After that, go to:
2. Google Bookmarks (www.google.com/bookmarks). This feature installs a star icon in your Google toolbar. When you want to mark an interesting web site, click on the star. A window pops up, allowing you to add notes to remind you why you’re marking the site, or to assign a category, such as “To Do,” “Summer Project” or “Online Research.” All bookmarks appear on your Google Web History page. Tip: Sort bookmarks by date or category to make it easier to scan what you need.