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Better Javascript IE Toolbar Link for WWW WayBack

The internet "WayBack Machine" is a fantastic project that attempts to crawl and cache the entire internet!

Hey, hard drives are cheap right? To make better use of this resource, Drag this link to your browser's toolbar: WayBack

When you visit a page that you want to find an old version of, or a page that results in a "404 Not Found" error, DNS error, Server not found error, etc... just click the toolbar link. You will be transported to any historic versions at the Wayback Machine.

For example: DNS error 404 error
if you manually type in in the address line, you may also get a result from MSN Search and this new version will wayback you from there.


See also:

file: /Techref/wayback.htm, 1KB, , updated: 2007/4/27 18:28, local time: 2015/11/27 14:54,

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