Download entire websites with free app WebCopy

Use the free app WebCopy to download websites to your local computer

Here's how you can download a free app called WebCopy that lets you download entire websites to your hard disk.

1. Go to the WebCopy site.

2. Click the Download button.

Here's are the system requirements to run WebCopy on Windows: Windows XP / 2003 / Vista (32bit or 64bit) / Windows 7 (32bit or 64bit) / Windows 8 (32bit or 64bit, not supported on Windows RT) Microsoft .NET Framework 3.5 10MB of available hard disk space

Here's a list of WebCopy features: Rules Rules control the scan behaviour, for example excluding a section of the website. Additional options are also available such as downloading a URL to include in the copy, but not crawling it Forms and Passwords Before analyzing a website, you can optionally post one or more forms, for example to login to an administration area. If your website contains protected areas, you can either predefine user names and passwords, or have WebCopy automatically prompt for credentials while scanning. Viewing links After you have analyzed your website, the Link Map Viewer allows you to view all the links found in your website, both internal and external. Filtering allows you to easily view the different links found. Configurable There are several settings you can make to configure how your website will be crawled, in addition to rules and forms mentioned above, you can also configure domain aliases, user agent strings, default documents and more. Reports After scanning a website, you can view lists of pages, errors, missing pages, media resources, and more. Regular Expressions Several configuration options make use of regular expressions. The built in editor allows you to easily test expressions. Website Diagram View and customize a visual digram of your website, which can also be exported to an image.

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