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Simplifies Web browsing from computers with dial-up connections

The WWWOFFLE programs simplify World Wide Web browsing from computers with intermittent (dialup) connections by making it possible to browse Web pages and read them without having to remain connected. to the Internet. It is a simple proxy server with special features for use with dial-up Internet links. Other features include privacy control, cookie/advert blocking, efficient bandwidth usage by specifying intervals between refreshes, options to monitor pages regularly, recursive fetching, HTML cleaning, highlighting of cached links, indexes of cached pages, searching of cached pages, and many more.


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Download version 2.9j (stable)
released on 23 March 2016


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LicenseVerified byVerified onNotes
GPLv2Janet Casey26 March 2001

Leaders and contributors

Andrew M. Bishop Maintainer

Resources and communication

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Bug Tracking E-mail
Help E-mail
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Software prerequisites

Kind Description
Weak prerequisite htdig
Weak prerequisite zlib
Weak prerequisite UdmSearch

This entry (in part or in whole) was last reviewed on 6 January 2017.


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