There's nothing more annoying than looking at a page on the internet, leaving it and then not being able to find it again in your browser history when you need it.
BrowseBack makes this scenario much more unlikely by allowing you to view all the pages that you've visited visually and then save, print or email them! It's a little like using iTunes album browser to go through your internet history although it has to be said, if you've visited several hundred websites, it still doesn't make it easy to find.
However, it's much more preferable to searching through an anonymous looking history file. BrowseBack's intuitive visual interface lets you scan through thumbnails of every page you've visited and it makes things much easier by giving you a search box in which you can search content for keywords. Once you've found it, it allows you to e-mail it in PDF format. Throughout the whole process, BrowseBack features some natty little sound effects which can be a bit annoying after a while although you can turn them off.
It's not a perfect solution to going back through pages and pages of your internet history to find a lost page but BrowseBack is damn near close.