Have you ever wanted to have a copy of your favorite websites or browse sites even when your computer isn't connected to the Internet?
If the answer is Yes, then try WebCopier -- the program that downloads websites to your computer, and allows you to view and print them at any time.
WebCopier allows to download entire Web sites, store them locally and view them later, at users' convenience. WebCopier provides access to the downloaded information at any time, no matter where its users are, no Internet connection is required.
WebCopier can copy or print whole sites or sections. Your saved pages can be copied onto disks and CDs, so you can take your Web-snapshot with you.
Companies can use WebCopier to transfer company's intranet contents to staff desktops and notebooks, create a copy of companies' online catalogs and brochures for sales personal, backup corporate web sites, print downloaded files.
Individuals can use WebCopier to save complete copies of their favorite sites, magazines or stock quotes. Students can download enormous amounts of information from the Internet for later study. Teachers can download whole sites so their students can view them later offline. Developers may use this tool to analyze websites structure, find dead links on a website.
This version is a major update that includes a long list of exiting new features, such as:
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