MetaProducts Offline Explorer
If you are looking for MetaProducts Offline Explorer, you have come to the right place. We explain what MetaProducts Offline Explorer is and point you to the official download.
What is MetaProducts Offline Explorer?
The Offline Explorer from Metaproducts is a solution for those who want to be able to explore a particular site or webpage even while offline. It requires the user to go online for only as long as necessary to download that page or site—with support for as many as 500 concurrent downloads—and then generates an exact copy of the downloaded item for offline viewing when the user wants it.
The types of sites or downloads that can be saved with the Metaproducts Offline Explorer include FTP and HTTPS sites, and even MMS, RTSP and PNM media downloads for those who are using the Pro edition of the program. The program will also give users tools for editing or searching for elements on the downloaded site.
The software is generally used by those who need to create static backup copies of Web-based information. It can also be used for research purposes, as it allows in-depth exploration of sites offline and also supports copying of media elements on sites for presentation or reporting purposes. It comes in a wide variety of localizations besides English, from Ukrainian to Arabic.
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File types supported by MetaProducts Offline Explorer
About file types supported by MetaProducts Offline Explorer
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Last updated: : September 4, 2014