make pages available offline

  loder 13:25 13 Apr 03

i use IE6 is it free to view offline
pages. in earlier versions of IE it was
called subscribing. thanks.

  powerless 13:29 13 Apr 03

Yes the pages are on your computer. If you try and view anything which is not on your computer it will ask you to connect to the net to download the page.

  Ironman556 13:46 13 Apr 03

Yes, open IE6 and select work offline from the file menu. You can then browse most of your history and favourites with no problems, ocasionally there'll be one which asks you if you want to connect or stay offline, choose to stay offline. If the page doesn't diaplay (a handful won't) then you'll have to connect to the internet to view them.


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