Sekhol Finder 2.3 A tool for automating Internet search jobs. Combines web crawler functionality with advanced keywords text search and logical analysis of the document layout. Can be used for deep web searches.
Description: Auto Web Browser saves a lot of time when you are looking for something on the Internet. No need for numerous clicking, waiting for pages download and closing annoying pop-ups. Just enter the words describing what you want to find. The Auto Web Browser will consult the search engines from a user defined list, download the pages to your computer, filter and analyze them and then it will automatically surf further, downloading other potentially interesting pages using the links from the meaningful part of the relevant documents. Web crawling reveals many interesting pages, that cannot be found easily if you use search engines only. With good Internet connection hundreds of documents could be processed in minutes. If you have slow Internet, just take a break and wait for a while. After most of the routine job is done by the application, the found pages and an annotated report are available for an instant offline preview. The application contains Download and Exclude lists of URLs, that can be saved to and loaded from a file and filled by URLs from any file or clipboard. The search engines used by the application are fully customisable and a user can add the specific engines most suitable for the particular search task. The tool can also be used in a simple mode just retrieving and filtering results from search engines. The links to found documents with summaries and thumbnail images of the pages can be placed into a structured report and saved to html file.
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