Archives visited web pages with your browser to be used on- and offline. Offline each page is available with its original URL. You can even use your bookmarks offline. There is no difference between surfing the internet and surfing the archive.
Sep 13, 2011 19:57:36
Windows 95, Windows 98, Windows ME, Windows NT, Windows 2000, Windows XP, Unix, Mac OS
MM3-WebAssistant - Proxy Offline Browser - Pro 2009 Archives visited web pages with your browser to be used online and offline. Offline each page is available with its original URL. You can even use your bookmarks offline. There is no difference between surfing the internet and surfing the archive.
Description: The proxy offline browser archives all web pages you have visited online. Offline too each page is available with its URL. There is no difference between browsing the internet and browsing the archive. You can even use your bookmarks and favorites list offline without any changes. When online the utility updates your cached web pages and adds new pages automatically. This feature distinguishes the utility from most other offline browsers.
Reduces the cost of web time, the work and pressure of knowing what to save, and the necessity for repeating browsing sessions looking for something that was missed. You can access the information needed whether or not the server or dial-up is available. The reliability is increased with that. Mobile users have the flexibility of accessing information from the web without having to worry about expensive access points. With the proxy offline browsert you get a more easy and effective use of the internet.
All web pages visited are archived.
There is no difference between on- and off-line mode for the user.
Links to resources of cache archives are marked for quick navigation.
Highlighting the changes between HTML pages in internet and archive.
Hierarchical archive structure represents a mirror of every web site.
Interactive navigation and display of the hierarchical archive structure.
Topic-specific archiving of web pages.
Supports the protocols HTTP and FTP.
Available on many operating systems by use of Java[TM] technology.
Exchange of the archives also between different operating systems possible.
Supplied with a detailed manual, a simple and completely comprehensive installation and deinstallation.
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