I switched to Firefox recently from Google Chrome and I love it! But, the 'History' feature is missing a crucial feature (unless I'm missing something): The actual date and time you visited that particular site. Seems like a feature that should be there but I'll be darned if I can find it.
If you are using the History sidebar, you won't see it there, but you should see it if you pop up the separate Library window. Either
On Windows you also can use Ctrl+Shift+H to launch that window.
If you want to open that in a tab, you can bookmark the following internal address:
(You may be wondering, why does this address start with "chrome://"? This is based on the historical use of chrome to refer to the browser UI, long before another company thought it would be a great product name.)
Thanks for the reply. Ctrl-Shift-H brings up the history window but still no dates and/or times being shown. Only the name of the site and the address URL. However, the 'chrome://browser/content/places/places.xhtml' URL does work and shows the date and time. I wonder why that isn't the default behavior?
Thanks, cb. The main reason I switched to FF is because Chrome stopped working with Disney+ for some reason (so did Edge), but I have to say that Chrome's history function is vastly superior to FF's so far. I installed an extension called "Better History NG" and it is an improvement over the stock FF history functionality but still a long way to go in my opinion.