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> >> https://hobbes.nmsu.edu/download/pub/os2/apps/database/sqlitebrowser13j.zip
> >>
> >> Separate tool when mozilla is not operating, functions with any
> >> sqlite file.
> >> --
>
> She have downloaded the above archive and it contains two .exe files namely sqlite3.exe and sqlitebrowser.exe. She don't to browse the two SQLITE
> files namely URLCLASSES.SQLITE and PLACES.SQLITE, just vacuum them out of excess and / or duplicate entries so the files will be smaller. So should
> She use sqlite3.exe against those files and what arguments must the program be fed with (the manes of the sqlite files must be provided), but are
> there more useful arguments f?r the sqlite3.exe?

Believe sqlite3.exe is command line and sqlitebrowser.exe is a gui. Do not get technical on terms as browse or vacuum. These tools were designed to
clean. I do not use any cleaning tools on Mozilla, so read the documentation.

> >> https://hobbes.nmsu.edu/download/pub/os2/apps/internet/misc/upssv-1.0rc3.zip
> >>
> >> For mozilla specifically
> >> --
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> Is this program a "browser" or just a hoovering tool for the Moz sqlite files? (Hoover was an old brand of vacuum cleaner, not the infamous J. Edgar
> Hoover of FBI :-(

It is a cleaner.

> >> There is an addon extension that does this when mozilla is running.
> >> Do not have exact name of this at the moment. Such as:
> >> - install the SQLite Manager Firefox Plugin
> >> - start it via the 'SQLite Manager' on the Tools menu in Firefox
>
> So this tool is a part of the abovementioned package?

No is not.

Cal


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