This full-fledged offline browser not only copies individual Web pages and online photo albums, it also downloads and lets you view entire sites offline. Its customizable interface lets you easily cope with numerous downloads by arranging them in folders. You can view retrieved sites or search for new targets from within the program with the built-in browser. Offline Explorer provides everything for easy downloading: scheduling; proxy-server support; smart Web-browser integration; connection control (number of simultaneous connections, bandwidth limitations); and an internal dial-up that disconnects when it's finished or resumes broken connections.
Various filters cut unnecessary content, letting you determine what file types, sizes, URLs, servers, domains, and directories to skip or include. You also can retrieve only updated files, disable downloading or directories from a convenient site map, or simply drag missing pages from your browser. Dial-up Internet users may find Offline Explorer a godsend.
Offline Explorer downloads Web, HTTPS and FTP sites (up to 500 simultaneously). You can browse, search, export to CD or perform other operations on downloaded sites using a clear, intuitive and convenient user interface. It 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). Offline Explorer can create static offline copy of SharePoint and ASP or ASPX sites. It also has many web development features that allow you to easily edit, view, browse or search downloaded Web pages.
What's new in this version:
Version 6.7.3993 improved deleting folders with Projects, finding links in scripts, finding links with spaces in scripts. and processing content-disposition filenames.