2 Free Website Copier Programs

Internet has become a very handy commodity in this modern world, yet you might feel the need of copying a complete website. Now your reason behind ripping the complete website is non of my business. The below free website copier programs would help you do that.

Using these free website rippers, you can download any complete website onto your local system such that you can browse through it offline the same way you do when online.

If you are wondered how these website copier tools work, then the logic is simple. These free tools would rip all the content including HTML pages, images, videos, flash content and every bit of the digital data linked with that website.

And once copied on to your local system, you can browse through the ripped website offline. Sounds interesting, right?

2 Free Website Copier Programs

HTTrack Website Copier

This tool is considered and surely is the most popular website copier available on the Internet. It being an open source tool and easy to use features makes it the most popular and powerful website ripper.

HTTrack Website Copier is available for all the platforms which include Windows, Mac OS X, Ubuntu, Fedora and few other operating systems. Using this tool, you can download a complete website to your local desktop.

This tool intelligently copies down all the content in a perfect hierarchy of directories that you would get to browse it offline the same way you would online. Some of its features make it really, really incredible. One such feature is that it allows you to pause and resume the download.

Web Reaper

This web site copier is only compatible on Windows operating systems and works like charm. All you need to do is enter the URL of the website and this tool’s crawlers will crawl into the website and download all the data which includes all the web pages, pictures, videos, audio.

And once downloaded, you can use any of your favorite web browser to browse offline. It is very easy to use and you can get the hold of it within no time.

Filed under: Software
March 1, 2012 by: Prasanth Chandra

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