Cyotek WebCopy: Copy Entire Websites To Your Local Machine

For certain Internet users, there might be websites that are necessary to stay in contact with. For example, you might be using the website to prepare for your exams. It would be catastrophic then to have the website face unexpected downtime. In order to avoid such situation and ensure speedy access, you can download the website to your computer, all thanks to a tool called Cyotek WebCopy.

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Cyotek WebCopy is a free to use desktop application for Windows computers. The app is sized at nearly 4 MB and is compatible with Windows XP, Vista, and 7. The function of the application is to let you download entire websites onto your local storage device. Using the application is really quite simple.

You start by installing the application. Next, you specify the URL of the website and the folder to which you want the files to be downloaded. You can adjust settings and specify if there is something you do not want downloaded by entering in URL patterns. When your preferences have been set, you can initiate the download and view the progress through the visual downloading interface.

In addition to these features, the app lets you analyze websites and also specify passwords for any secure site areas.

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There is also a Reports section that lets you view useful reports for websites’ size, redirects, Not Found, empty metadata, external URIs, and images. All of these features work together to provide you with the ultimate website downloading tool.


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