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How to download a full website with Web2Disk

Wondering how to download a full website? Discover the fast & easy website downloader that can make copies for offline browsing plus automate backups.
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Why should you make a copy of your website for offline browsing?

 

Perhaps you make websites and want to show your client the new website in development before it goes live online? You could save a copy of it with Web2disk onto your USB or hard drive and visit your client in person with the website.

 

Now you can show them the new website design regardless of whether they have wireless internet or use a Mac instead of a PC.

 

Very useful!

 

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Download & Save Websites For Offline Browsing with Web2Disk

Download & Save Websites For Offline Browsing with Web2Disk | Website Downloader | Scoop.it
Web2Disk enables you to download and save an entire website to your computer and then you can view and browse the offline website as if you were online.
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Another way you can use Web2Disk is to copy only the web content that you want. You can specify a specific directory like /blog or a specific file type like .jpg or .pdf or even .mp3 to download. You can also schedule it so that it makes a new copy any time a change is made - very versatile little program!

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Offline Browsing with Web2Disk

Offline Browsing with Web2Disk | Website Downloader | Scoop.it
In the good old days when dial-up internet was almost the only way to the riches of the Web, and most of the people had to pay for every minute they spent on the Internet, offline browsers were very popular.
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Offline browsing is still valid today, whether it's for working offline, making a backup of your website or even for presenting a website when a wireless connection is uncertain - either way, Web2disk has your back.

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