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Unplugged

Offline browsing tools

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This story appears in the March 2000 issue of Business Start-Ups magazine.

Offline browsing tools let you blow through Web pages and browser-based e-mail and newsgroups at the speed of your computer's processor, not at the snail's pace of your modem connection. Browsing offline cuts down on ISP time, makes text-heavy research a cinch, and enables you to save critical Web pages to your desktop for later reference.

Here's how it's done: Internet Explorer (IE) allows users to visit any page in the cache offline. Simply visit all the pages you want to see later, then select "Work Offline" from the "File" menu. You can visit all the pages stored in your cache in a flash, graphics and all.

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