Fast and convenient offline browser with easy navigation and simple interface
|Updated||Sep 4th 2015|
Bimesoft N/A N/A
|Crack Size||2.3 MB|
|Systems||Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows 10|
SurfOffline Professional is a program designed to help you download websites, thus enabling you to check out their content offline. It can be easily figured out, even by less experienced users.
The interface of the application is clean and pretty intuitive. A wizard allows you to quickly get results, so you can get started by specifying the start page URL and project name.
In the following step, you may establish the download location. Therefore, it is possible to get files only from the start path and subfolder, entire website, or from all servers.
But you can also establish the depth level and file types to download (image, audio, video, archives), as well as download the project immediately or postpone it. Skilled users are free to tinker with additional, advanced settings.
For instance, you can select which formats of image and documents to download and set the file size limits, create URL filters, as well as enter a username and password if they are required to log onto the respective website. Once the project is downloaded, you can export it to a folder, CHM or MHT web archive.
The program runs on a low-to-moderate quantity of CPU and system memory, takes a reasonable amount of time to finish a task, and includes user documentation. We haven't experienced any issues during our evaluation; SurfOffline Professional Crack did not freeze, crash or pop up error dialogs. Unfortunately, the app has not been updated for a while.
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