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September 14, 2016updated 23 Feb 2017 5:21pm

What is ScrapBook?

Find out about the award-winning Mozilla extension, ScrapBook.

By Vinod

ScrapBook is an extension that can be added to the Mozilla Firefox web browser.

ScrapBook is also the title of a Mac OS application used to store images and sound/text clippings.

For Firefox the extension adds enhanced scrapbooking, page saving, bookmarking and note taking functionality.

The capabilities basically become a way of preserving personal information that the user wants to keep hold of.

Pages that are saved are stored on the local computer system, which means that a user won’t be able to locate the files if they were on a different device and wanted to find them.

Want to know when Scrapbook was introduced? See next page.

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