Well, actually even IE can delete some history entries by your choice, and Opera (which is very popular in Russia), so thank you for adding such a neccesary cool featureQuote
i never knew that ff could actually delete some history entries but checked and it does that indeed..
....just a few examples....
So, which of these Gal's are you sporting?
Starting in Firefox 3, a new file format is used to record browser history information. Rather than storing this information in a flat file using the mork file format, the information is kept in a SQLite database.
The SeaMonkey project is excited to announce SeaMonkey 2.0 Alpha 3 today, another huge leap towards the next generation of the integrated application suite.
In addition to the changes in previous alpha releases, this version features
* a reworked history database for storing more visited pages, which also allows for improved and smarter presentation of search results when typing in the location bar,