Sometimes you need to have access to a website's data while offline. Maybe you’d like a backup of your own website but your hosting service doesn’t have an option to do so. It may be the case that you’d like to imitate how a popular website is structured or what their CSS/HTML files look like. Whatever the case there are a few ways you can download a part of or a complete website for offline access. Some websites are too good to simply linger online that's why we’ve gathered 5 ways you can easily download any website right to your local PC, similar to our guide about backing up your Twitter account. The programs we mention below can serve this purpose very well. The options are straightforward enough that you can begin downloading an entire website in just a couple minutes.
File sharing takes place all day every day from many computers worldwide. It seems you need to skip around between the file-sharing services as they impose restrictions such as a download and time limit. All is well if you can find the file you need from a different website, but what if you’ve already downloaded one file, and you need another from the same site but you’ve reached your download limit? How does one bypass these restrictions imposed by the file-sharing sites? Bypassing download limits could be as simple as getting a new IP address. Websites look at your IP
The BitTorrent protocol has taken a lot of flak in recent years, as Internet Service Providers (ISPs) have become more and more aware of the quantity of illegal material distributed via the protocol. In fact a recent study suggested that up to 70% of all web traffic goes via the BitTorrent protocol. With so many people and businesses opting to use it over older, traditional means of uploading and downloading files, it holds a lot of credibility as a protocol, so let’s take a closer look at exactly what BitTorrent is, how you can use it and why you might