There are times when a full forensic suite is best for a specific case and there are times when a *small tool is best. Only you can decide which is best.
Side Note: * small does not mean “lesser”. I say “small” to mean a forensic tool that is singularly focused on one or few analysis tasks rather than being able to do practically everything possible.
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Foxton Forensics’ Browser History Examiner is super easy to use, really fast in processing Internet user-profiles and does what it says it does. There are some cool free tools offered too.
The longer version
I have often written my opinion on the selections and lists of “best” forensic tools. In my opinion, it is impossible to have a list of the best of anything, whether that be the best vacation destination, best car or truck, or best DFIR software application.