Macintosh utility-maker SmileOnMyMac on Wednesday released an update for
BrowseBack, the company’s web history visualization tool. The update features better interaction with system sleep and logout and reduced resource use while loading web pages. Improvements have also been made to the automatic pruning of old BrowseBack files. BrowseBack stores a PDF of every web page visited and makes the pages accessible through an interface that allows the user to browse thumbnails of those pages. The free update is available for registered users — BrowseBack 1.3.1 requires Mac OS X 10.4 (Tiger) and costs $29.95 for new users.