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Of course there are many reasons for this. First and most important one: to act as reminders of your previous activity. Let's say you watch a video on YouTube, then you continue watching or close your session or whatever. A couple days later, you remember that video WHICH YOU DIDN'T BOOKMARK and... browsing history to the rescue. Basically, browsing ...


This is beneficial in two reasons: Security/ Backup: If you have logged on an account on a website, let's say you happen to visit a particular webpage through your account. Now you logout of the particular website. Tomorrow, a coworker will decide to diabolically peek into your browser history. He sees something on this very specific website. He clicks on ...

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