Offline Browser: Download Web sites to your hard disk for offline browsing
Download web sites to your disk and browse them any time fast. Never loose a piece of web information. Freeze the changing web for your convenience, travelling and presentations! Use Offline Explorer - over than 18 years experience with frequent updates to support all modern technologies and sites.
Offline Explorer 7.0 Beta 2 is now available!
MetaProducts Offline Explorer is a Windows offline browser*** that allows you to download an unlimited number of your favorite Web, HTTPS and FTP sites for later offline viewing, editing or browsing (RTSP, PNM and MMS downloads are supported in Offline Explorer Pro version.) Offline Explorer can create static offline copy of SharePoint and ASP/ASPX sites.
Offline Browsing Made Easy:
Offline Explorer also has many web development features that allow you to easily edit, view, browse or search downloaded Web pages (Offline Explorer has a built-in internal browser.) One of its strengths is to allow you to select (include or exclude) individual servers, directories and files using keywords.
Offline Explorer is known for its excellent user interface and for being one of the fastest known Web site downloaders available on the market today. Support of industry-standard technologies such as FTP, different proxy servers, Java and VB scripts, Java classes, Cascading Style Sheets (CSS,) Macromedia Flash, XML/XSL/DTD,Table Of Contents (TOC,) Acrobat (PDF,) M3U, AAM files, RealMedia (.SMIL, .RAM, .RPM,) MS NetShow Channel (.NSC,) VRML (.WRL, .WRZ,) QuickTime movies (.MOV) and cookies plus a built-in HTTP server that allows you to share downloaded files over an Intranet, make Offline Explorer the leader in offline browsing. The export feature allows you to copy downloaded sites to another location in different formats. Among its many awards, Offline Explorer is a ZDNet 5-star winner.
See how Offline Explorer excels among other offline browsers.
*** “Offline browser” software are programs that copy entire web sites (or portions thereof) onto a user's hard drive, CD, DVD or other media. The downloaded Web site is a duplicate copy of the original Web site. Offline Browsers can be used to archive Web pages or entire Web sites, investigate the contents of those Web pages (datamine), or make offline presentation of those Web sites, among many other uses. Back