Description: Whether you browse the web for research, work, or fun, there's nothing worse than having to wait for page after page to load in Internet Explorer or Firefox. The problem is they will only load one page at a time. So if you are viewing a large website with a thousand pages, you'd have to click the mouse a thousand times ... and ... choose a directory/folder a thousands times when you want to save each file. You end up spending a lot of time waiting around and not enough time reading or viewing pages on the Internet.
The bottom line is: Using a regular browser to surf large websites or photo galleries takes the fun out of web browsing and makes research a real chore.
But now, with Offline Downloader, you can download whole websites (or parts of them) in one go to your computer. You can then view the whole site offline at your leisure - and you can whiz through the saved pages at lightning speed.
Offline Downloader is a great tool for researchers, journalists, students, equity analysts, business and marketing executives - as well as for those who want to browse family websites containing digital photo albums. It's also ideal for viewing the large photo galleries associated with online dating.
Website Extractor 10.52 Offline browser can changes html-links to relative names and turns web addresses (URLs) into addresses that work on your computer. This means you can easily move whole websites or
Offline Navigator 1.01 Offline Navigator can download up to 100 files at a time, which saves you a huge amount of time compared to ordinary browsers. Browse pages and websites later when Internet
Yahoo Adds Personal-Search Capabilities to Web Browsing Yahoo (Nasdaq: YHOO) on Wednesday introduced the beta release of My Web from Yahoo Search. Yahoo has positioned My Web as a "personal search engine" designed to provide users a way to save, recall and share online information with friends and colleagues.