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Q: How to save internet webpages. ( No Answer,   0 Comments )
Subject: How to save internet webpages.
Category: Computers > Internet
Asked by: jobtoughtowork-ga
List Price: $2.00
Posted: 15 Nov 2006 09:22 PST
Expires: 15 Dec 2006 09:22 PST
Question ID: 782975
I want to find a way to save "history" from my webbrowser' cach, so
that later all I have to do to find the pages I need at that time is
to search my archive.

The solution to this should explain how saving webpages in the same
way Google search engine save "cached" webpages. That way all of the
informations relevant to webpages save can still be accessed,
including its origin.

An example of how the saved webpages should look like is this:

Thank you for your interest.

Clarification of Question by jobtoughtowork-ga on 15 Nov 2006 09:47 PST
Note also, all pages went through the browser should be automatically
save in the cached fashion.

Request for Question Clarification by jackburton-ga on 16 Nov 2006 05:32 PST
Hi jobtoughtowork,
I think "History Collector Pro" (a MS Internet Explorer plug-in),
should do the trick.
"History Collector saves web pages locally on your computer; therefore
you can always view the pages that had been visited several days ago -
even if you are off-line. The additional benefit of the software is
that you will be freed from having to save and catalog the saved
The pages are saved in the standard (*.mht, *.htm) formats and thus
can be viewed from the history by any browser supporting these formats
of files."
Let me know if you're happy with this solution.

Clarification of Question by jobtoughtowork-ga on 16 Nov 2006 14:55 PST
That doesn't cut it because it doesn't leave "cached" information like
I described in the original definition.

Also, the app itself is required to view pages saved.
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