The "WhereWasI?" toolbar for internet explorer caches the words used on web sites you visit. Allowing you to quickly return to those sites by typing some words that you remember were part of the page or its address. You will wonder how you ever managed without this utility with its intuitive and simple interface.
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The "WhereWasI?" toolbar for internet explorer caches the words used on web sites you visit. Allowing you to quickly return to those sites by typing some words that you remember were part of the page or its address.