name is Offline downloader!
Navigator 1.05 has been released and is available for
website online or offline with the built-in browser.
structure of a website.
webpages and use Offline Navigator instead of the standard
browser if you want to surf the Internet faster.
to browse to another site while the links are downloaded in the background.
an exact duplicate of a website on disk including its directory structure.
pages and websites later when Internet connection is unavailable.
you need to keep track of changes that are made to some websites? Would
you like to save time spent waiting for sites to be downloaded from the
Internet? Do you sometimes need to make exact copies of website on your
PC so that you can view them without having to connect to the Internet?
Does this all seem a bit irrelevant, given today's high-speed connection
The point is that when your
browser starts downloading advertisements and all sorts of other useless
files which could be located halfway around the world, even the speediest
connections are bound to encounter delays as each page is downloaded.
Even more so if the website contains a lot of heavy graphics, photos, albums
or galleries. On the other hand, this type of e-intensive website
can be effortlessly downloaded from your hard drive. Seconds turn
into minutes and minutes turn into hours as you keep waiting for "snail
mail info" to hit your desktop computer from the Internet.
If thoughts like these have
ever crossed your mind, then you should be aware that Asonaa has devised
a handy new tool that will enable you to make several connections at once,
while you're in the process of downloading a number of files. Meet
Offline Navigator. This new integrated software program contains
a special, universal browser which allows you to scan all websites both
online and offline (on your own hard drive).
Offline Navigator can also
be used as a convenient website navigator and a great tool when you need
to organize hyper links. The program itself automatically determines
the structure of the website, and you can trust it to do downloading at
night or at other times when your network load is at a minimum. A
special option makes it possible to track and record the date on which
any given site has been updated and download only those documents which
have been modified or updated.
Offline Navigator incorporates
a state-of-the-arts concept of MDI interface and offers you a user-friendly
control panel and individual settings. The program's user interface
was engineered and designed after an extensive amount of work went into
studying the likes and dislikes of various user groups.
The system will be a welcome
addition for journalists, scientists, researchers, equity analysts and
managers as well as people who surf the Internet in search of fun, for
online dating purposes involving large photo galleries, or others who would
just like to browse family websites containing digital photo albums.
To start downloading a Project,
you should first select the Project you want to download. Then it
downloads those pages to your computer so you can view them later when
you're not connected.
A Project is a downloading
task. Each Project has a number of settings, which could be viewed or changed
using the Option / Properties dialog.
A keyword inclusion/exclusion
list allows you to limit downloads to the most relevant parts of
a site. You can also provide file limits for all downloads.
When download has been started,
Navigator begins loading files located under the Project URL.
Every link in the file is checked against various limits, set in the Project
Properties: File Types, Filters, etc.
Navigator can download many Projects simultaneously. Files
queued for download by all Projects share the same downloading channels
and the same Queue, so the file downloading sequence depends on the different
server speeds, number of files on HTML pages, etc.
To stop downloading a Project,
press the Stop downloading button.
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