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SiteSeer reaches release 1.07: R-Comp's web grabbing utility available at Epsom

By Chris Williams. Published: 16th Oct 10:13:09 | Permalink | Printable

In true RISC OS developer style, a new release is planned to coincide with the October RISC OS show. R-Comp's web fetching software allows whole websites to be quickly grabbed and viewed offline at your convenience.
This update features enhancements and a new version of the page fetcher. Visit www.rcomp.co.uk or email for more information.

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