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Offline browser

Today, the software arsenal of any more or less active user of the Global Network consists of a considerable number of various utilities. There are among them an email client, an FTP client, a program for dialing up to the provider, a file download manager, etc. But, of course, browsers take the main place among these programs. It is with their help that work is carried out with the most important part of the Internet – web sites. Today, the most common browsers are Internet Explorer, Netscape Navigator, Opera, and Mozilla.

However, none of these programs has a function that allows you to completely download sites to the user’s computer. Naturally, simple saving of web pages is in every browser. However, these opportunities are in many cases not enough to complete the work. That is why the Internet user’s arsenal should be replenished with another utility – a special offline browser. How? And here the choice will be easy. Many people were convinced that, in terms of interface convenience and functionality, one of the best offline browsers is the Offline Explorer, developed by MetaProducts Corporation.
Offline Explorer is a very convenient and powerful offline browser.

So, offline explorer. This program is a full-fledged offline browser, that is, with its help, the user can download entire websites to his computer or only certain files that satisfy the conditions of specified filters. What is it all for? As a matter of fact, it is very easy to find an application for an offline browser. Suppose the Internet user constantly uses information from the same site. So why should he connect to the provider every time and re-open web pages, paying money for it, if you can download the project all at once and calmly read it, only occasionally updating the data. In addition, let’s not forget that today in Russia the majority of users use a dial-up for connecting to the Network, that is, they pay for the time spent in it. Meanwhile, many people spend most of this time reading websites. That is, in fact, they pay for everything, including downtime, when no information is downloaded. You can, of course, after downloading each web page, disconnect from the Network, view it and establish a connection again. But if to take into account the constant employment of modem pools of many providers and a lot of time that will be wasted, it becomes clear that such a solution is absolutely unacceptable.

The situation is completely different if the user has an offline browser. He simply downloads the entire site or part of it to his computer, spending a minimum of time on the web, and views it at any time. But that’s not all. It’s no secret that many providers offer their customers certain free hours late at night. However, only the most enthusiastic people can hang on the Internet at this time. And here again, offline browsers can help us out. The fact is that in these programs there are schedulers who are able to call the provider independently, establish a connection with it, download the specified sites and break the connection, saving the owner a lot of money.

Offline Explorer has three versions.

So, we dealt with the relevance of offline browsers. Now let’s go back to the offline explorer. At the moment, this program has three versions. As a matter of fact, they are rather separate utilities united by a common interface. The simplest of them is called – Offline Explorer. It is designed for home users, and it implements only the minimum necessary functions. However, the vast majority of people and this minimum will be more than enough. The next version of the program is Offline Explorer Pro. It adds features that can benefit professional users, for whom the Internet is a place of work. These include support for the HTTPS protocol, a built-in HTML *, CSS * and JavaScript * editor with syntax highlighting, information import and export, preservation of old versions of web projects when they are updated, and much, much more. And finally, the latest version of the program is Offline Explorer Enterprise. It is designed for large corporate clients and allows you to work with very large projects, as well as build your own solutions on an existing base using OLE technology.
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All three versions of the Offline Explorer program have a very user-friendly, intuitive, multilingual (there are Russian in the list of available languages) interface. This allows the program in question to be used by users with any level of training. The principle of operation of the Offline Explorer is very simple.

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