WinHTTrack Website Copier

WinHTTrack Website Copier

Free
WinHTTrack will allow you to create a copy of a website in your hard drive
4.1  (93 votes)
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Without internet access in a particular moment... and the information of your favorite website is not available, in that case you need to use WinHTTrack, which will allow you to create a complete copy of the website in your hard drive. Although the simplicity and shortly striking appearance of the software is very useful, its performance depends of the website content that we are trying to save, it has multiple configuration functions sometime causing difficulties for home user due the complexity of the options.

An excellent resource management of the software enables multiple tasks at once without losing the performance of the system.

The author gives us a quick guide of the use of the software on his website, but did not provide details of configuration in a simple matter or auto-detection causing a necessary search for the user for each individual case or use.

We can appreciate functions such as administration of projects, navigation files, administration of files and pages, complements, etc. In functionality it updates links from one page to another in order not to lose the order or the structure of the site, which gave us a higher performance than navigating the site directly.

We can appreciate functions such as administration of projects, navigation files, administration of files and pages, complements, etc. In functionality it updates links from one page to another in order to don't lose the order or the structure of the site which gave us a higher performance than navigating the site directly.

Jose Ruiloba
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Review summary

Pros

  • Excellent management of resources.
  • Allow multiple applications run without loose performance.
  • Small side installer.
  • Multiple languages support.
  • Freeware

Cons

  • Complexity of the configuration.
  • Shortly striking appearance.
  • No network auto-detection.
  • Poor user guide
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