My Offline Browser is a software for offline browsing. It allows you to automatically download and save entire websites including all pages, images and other files to your hard disk. You can browse the downloaded websites offline at high speed.
Dec 26, 2011 12:04:49
Windows 98, Windows ME, Windows NT, Windows 2000, Windows XP
Description: My Offline Browser is a software for offline browsing. My Offline Browser is a multithreaded website downloader. It allows you to automatically download and save entire websites including all pages, images and other files to your hard disk. Using the built-in browser or your regular browser (Internet Explorer or Netscape Navigator) you can browse the downloaded websites offline at high speed (no need for web server, internet connection etc). My Offline Browser is a fully automated, multithreaded web robot. It follows links on pages it find. It goes from one page and goes to all the links on that page and so on. So, if you point My Offline Browser to any given website, it will automatically download all the pages and images on that website and more intricate choices if specified.
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