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Rip Clip for Windows

By Kevlex TechnologiesTrial versionUser Rating

Key Details of Rip Clip

  • Download articles from the Internet.
  • Last updated on July 15, 2015
  • Virus scan status:

    Clean (it's extremely likely that this software program is clean)

Editors' Review

Download.com staff
If you want to quickly download articles and other materials for offline browsing, you might try Rip Clip. Once you install the software, all you have to do is type the URL of the site you want and press Enter. Alternately, open the page you want and right-click, then select Rip Clip. Once you've ripped the page, click Extract to save the contents to your hard drive. You can set which file types to extract, too. The best thing about the program is the Excluded Pages tab, which shows you all the links Rip Clip didn't follow. You can browse among those pages to see whether you missed anything good. You can save hours of online time using this program, and spend hours exploring it.

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Full Specifications

February 8, 2005
Latest update
July 15, 2015
Operating System
Windows NT, Windows 95, Windows 98, Windows XP, Windows ME, Windows 2000, Windows 10
Additional Requirements
Windows 95/98/Me/NT/2000/XP
Total Downloads
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Developer's Description

Download articles from the Internet.

Need to save Web articles? Focused more on article extraction as opposed to Web site extraction, Rip Clip has specific features for this task that make it superior to other offline browsing tools. Features include the ability to get information about the structure of your Web article to easily determine whether you're missing any pages; the ability to control precisely which pages you want; and a simplistic interface for collecting Web pages while you surf. This ensures you download only the pages you want, without missing the pages you need; saving on download time and disk space (critical for browsing on a PDA).

Version 2.1 can now extract a Web article to a single .chm file; added "Refs" column on the "Excluded Pages" tab; now supports reverse sorting of all columns.