"Offline browser (Web, FTP, HTTPS, RTSP, MMS"Offline Explorer Enterprise - download whole sites, online image galleries, forums and media streams from the widest variety of supported Web sites. The most powerful edition of Offline Explorer can download the maximum possible amount of files (up to 100 million per Project) and also be operated from other custom-developed applications using OLE Automation interface. This allows to create flexible Web downloading and data mining solutions. The best ever support for the modern Internet technologies, Flash, scripts and active contents. Combine this with the flexible filtering, instant download queue monitoring and detailed log to get the universal download tool that serves all your Web spidering and datamining requests. Other features include scheduling and sequencing of your downloads, templates for most typical download tasks, downloading your favorite sites onto autorun CDs and DVDs. Online database of Project settings shared by other users, easy-to-use Wizard, full-text search inside whole downloaded sites with the found keywords highlight, internal browser and editor, integration with other software, E-mail notification about download completion and much more. Convenient Office-2010 like interface provides more flexibility while working with Offline Explorer Enterprise. The lower part of the main screen enables you to monitor and control your downloads. Download Monitor shows all downloading channels and their activity. System Monitor - contains charts to see CPU, memory usage, free disk space, and download speed. Log - shows all details of the download activity, internal server access, etc.
Requirements: CPU: 486 or higher, Memory Minimum to run Windows 9x/NT/2k/XP/Win7/Win8, Disk Space: 5 Mb
What's new in this version: Improved downloading embedded videoImproved downloading UTF-8 encoded linksImproved downloading sites from web.archive.orgAdded linking to favicon.ico file in exported web pagesAdded HTTPHeader= URLs field parameter to add custom HTTP headers
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