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.
Sep 13, 2011 19:57:36
Windows 95, Windows 98, Windows ME, Windows NT, Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows 2003, Unix, Mac OS
MM3-WebAssistant - Proxy Offline Browser 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 offline browser is a personal proxy server sitting behind your regular browser (Firefox, IE, Safari, Opera - whatever!), silently and speedily handling all the network traffic. Unlike most offline browsers with this concept, you don't have to specifically tell WebAssistant to capture a website - it remembers everything you see, automatically adding new pages to the cache. WebAssistant updates your cached pages (in the background) so you've always got the latest version to hand. There's no difference between surfing the web and surfing your archive; you can even use your bookmarks or search your pages offline when you don't have a network connection.
Work offline (train, plane, beach - wherever you like) without worrying that you have the info you need. Reduces the pressure of knowing what to save, and the necessity for repeating browsing sessions looking for something that was missed.
Incorporate the web into presentations or talks where you don't have internet access. You can sure you'll always have the page you need with WebAssistant.
Mobile users have the flexibility of accessing information from the web without having to worry about expensive access points. Shun overpriced wifi access ports - or at least only pay for what you really need.
Automatically archive all pages visited.
Accelerates in the web online browsing or updates the archive.
Automatic mirroring, prefetch and updating.
No difference between on- and offline browsing.
Links to resources of cache archives are marked for quick navigation.
Compare HTML pages from internet and archive. The changes are highlighted.
Browse and interactive navigation in the original hierarchy of downloaded pages.
Overview of HTML and text files like the hit list of a search engine.
Keywords are highlighted by your search.
Burn a site (or many sites) to CD for backup or archive.
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