Jørgen Walters, Editor / Informer Technologies, Inc. / April 30, 2013
Your web browsing history contains a list of all web pages you have visited recently. This history is kept separately by each web browser. In some cases, you may find yourself unable to access your browsing history: e.g. if you uninstall the browser itself, or discover that it's been corrupted.
The applications from this set will let you access your browsing history regardless of whether you've got the corresponding browser installed on your PC. This will allow you to recover the history of visited URLs and save it elsewhere to import it later on.
Download solution synonyms: Restore Browser History, Undelete Browser History, Recover Visited Urls
These programs can help you with what you're intending to do:
MozBackup is a free utility for creating profiles backup copy and restore them for the following browsers: Mozilla Firefox 1.0 - 2.0, Mozilla Thunderbird 1.0 - 2.0, Mozilla Suite 1.7 - 1,7x, SeaMonkey 1.0a - 1.1, and Netscape 7.x. This small and easy to use application creates profile backup files contacts, emails, cache, history, bookmarks, extensions, etc. and restore them later on.
Google Chrome Backup is a handy application that enables you to back up any Google Chrome settings to an external encrypted file (separately for each user profile, if you like). The program can restore your backups as well. It offers an easy-to-use wizard that facilitates all the previous tasks.
Mozilla Password Recovery is the program that help you to reveal the AutoFill passwords for Firefox, Mozilla and SeaMonkey browsers, as well as the account passwords of the Thunderbird mail client. The program traditionally offers you two recovery modes: automatic and manual. With this utility you can also recover user Master Password, view browser Cookies, autocomplete data and URL history.
This program reveals all types of Opera saved passwords. It includes automatic and manual recovery modes that can recover even lost Master Password. Opera Password Recovery gives you the ability to export passwords to text documents, HTML or excel files.