MM3-WebAssistant - Proxy Offline Browser stores offline versions of the websites you visit, allowing you to open webpages even if your Internet connection is down. It can automatically save the contents of all the accessed webpages, allowing you to browse the archive just as if your computer were online.
The configuration procedure is not difficult at all. With a little bit of attention to the provided instructions, you can have your web browser access pages using MM3-WebAssistant - Proxy Offline Browser.
In order to do so, you must customize the proxy configuration of your browser and then run a few tests to verify that everything works fine with the help of the web-based interface.
Toggle between online and offline browsing mode
You can easily toggle between the offline and the online mode, the second allowing you to use the network connection and query the archive only if the desired URL is not available.
The application can be instructed to automatically prevent ads and other irrelevant content from being stored on your computer, which saves a significant amount of space and enhances the loading time. Also, you can set it to remove or keep session identificators.
Bookmark and search support
Using MM3-WebAssistant - Proxy Offline Browser in offline mode is no different than running an online session, except the fact that only webpages in the archive can be visited (actually, links to cached items are marked, for easier identification). Other than that, you can use bookmarks or perform searches.
When the PC goes online again, the cached pages are updated and newly visited websites are added to the archive.
Handy offline browser that saves copies of visited web pages
Providing support for the HTTP and FTP protocols, MM3-WebAssistant - Proxy Offline Browser can remember the DNS data in order to ensure satisfactory browsing speeds. It takes over all the web traffic, creating structure and content copies of visited pages in the process, allowing you to navigate offline when the Internet connection is not available.