HTTrack Website Copier lets you easily store and view your favorite Web sites offline. Instead of supplying a built-in browser, your stored pages can be quickly viewed in your designated browser.
This freeware program's bland interface is all business. A simple Wizard that leads you through the process of copying Web sites is a welcome touch. Users need only enter a project name, insert the URLs to be copied, and adjust settings as desired, including choosing how many layers of a page the program will pick up. HTTrack Website Copier goes to work very quickly from there, saving the information to a folder. While there is a file tree along the left side of the screen, these folders are more easily accessed through the program's File menu. Saved files open directly in your browser and you can navigate them just like you would the live site.
Less experienced users might not be comfortable with all of the user settings, but will still be able to save offline pages without adjusting anything they don't understand. If you need to refer to certain sites time and time again, this little freeware can make the job easier if you find yourself without Web access.
HTTrack is a free offline browser utility. You can download the contents of entire Web sites from the Internet to a local directory for offline viewing. Simply open a page of the mirrored Web site in your browser and browse the site link by link as if you were viewing it online. HTTrack also can update existing mirrored sites and resume interrupted site downloads. The program is fully configurable and includes an integrated help system. It crawls M3U and AAM files and can cache to a ZIP file.
April 11, 2017
Version: HTTrack Website Copier 3.48.21
The idea and concept? That's all I can think of.
The entire execution of the idea and concept.
It "works". Web pages are saved to your computer. If you have the patience of every saint in heaven, it's great. However, once pages are saved, they take 50,000,000,000 years to open, and all links you click on take 50,000,000,000 more years to open, and going back takes 50,000,000,000 more years. It is essentially useless. Chrome times out and asks me if I want to wait repeatedly. Edge and IE just crash. This program is useless and needs to be terminated immediately. Do yourself a favor and just save your web pages as PDF files individually. Those will at least open sometime while you're still alive. In the time it takes you to load one saved web page, you could have found what you needed in a folder of hundreds of PDF files.