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 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.
What's new in this version:
Version 5.3 is fully compatible with Windows 10, includes improved HTML 5 parser, has refreshed UI.
Easy navigation in the settings and possibility to resume downloads. Possiblity for choosing the folder to download in together with every project settings.
I don't have any.
I tried it together with one more similar program and I was excited from the features of WebCopier. The speed was good. Also I could choose the folder where to place the project in the settings of the same projects. The other program didn't suggest this.
This comes in real handy, especially for ppl like me who misses a Comcast bill every now & than, lol
Nothing to dislike. All the features come in handy for me & makes life jus a lil easier!
I'm always fixing other ppls pc's & my own so this is good for me when I'm in forums & see good info from professional techs or find informative articles. I jus throw it on a cd & save it in my "fix it" cd album w/ my virus cleaning tools & take it w/ me to work on someone's pc. Also I read my local newspaper online b/c papers just stack up, and I chat w/ others from my community in the it's forum. W/ web copier I don't miss any news or articles I'd like to follow up on, lol..so when I jump in the forum i dont have to archive what I missed
It seems to work fine to get pages that required no log in.
I spent 2 hrs messing with every setting I could find. The program will apparently not get past long in pages..which makes the program useless. Anything important enough to download and save, is probably important enough to need password protect.
If it takes a USER ID and PASSWORD log in - this is not going to do the trick. At least not by what I've seen. I'm running IE 7 on Win Vista. Let me know if you see something different. firstname.lastname@example.org. Thanks!
So far it has been quite disappointed. First the program can runaway and use up you cpu time. Second it costs more than another download software (web-site-downloader.com $15) Third it does not seem that stable in winxp environment.
This program is very robust and actually does more than I hoped it would. I was able to archive a huge site with thousands of photo links very easily. I had actually tried "PicDownloader" before I tried this program (WebCopier 4.1), and I think PicDownloader is actually a rip-off of this program (interface looks almost identical). I am seriously considering buying this program, even with its relatively high price.