Old versions of websites are useful for a lot of reasons. You may want to see how the website looked in the past, you might be researching a competitor’s site and need to see what they were up to back then, or maybe you just want to remember what your favorite sites used to look like! In this video I’ll show you three tools that make it easy- and free-to- get an old version of any webpage.
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