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Website manager app gains backup-like feature

Published: 1st Jan 2009, 21:21:31 | Permalink | Printable

Latest beta release of SiteMatch can save websites' files to USB-based storage and other discs, allowing work to be backed up, as well as uploading files to web servers.

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I really like SiteMatch - it's just a pity that the redraw is so appallingly slow (even on a StrongARM machine).

 is a RISC OS Userthesnark on 6/1/09 7:11PM
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