Storing web pages on the Hard Disk

19Apr06

 

Webaroo is a new software that stores whole websites on your computer. It's like the make available offline feature of IE. But it implements an algorithm that scans all sites that you select and then saves them in the hard drive. It then has the option of searching within the sites  stored on your computer. It's like having the internet stored on your computer! It even syncs the site while online to keep them updated.

Of course Internet Explorer has the make available offline feature which does pretty much the same thing but in that you can only select a particular website and the number of layers whereas this is more customizable and has an inbuilt search feature.

Firefox also has an extension called Scrapbook which has some nice features like making webpages and even parts of web pages available offline and also has word search facility. It even has a feature to annotate saved web pages. It's yet another excellent extension for firefox users.

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2 Responses to “Storing web pages on the Hard Disk”

  1. Hi there, everything is going well here and ofcourse
    every one is sharing data, that’s actually fine, keep up writing.


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