It's not a spider or site-duplication tool; Local Website Archive Lite is designed to save individual pages. Although it's usually possible to do this from within a browser, it can be awkward to do so; we often end up with forgotten .html files scattered in odd directories. Local Website Archive maintains its own internal structure of folders, so it's easy to find your pages again.
For the most part, Local Website Archive Lite is intuitive and easy to use. You can create an archive with any name, i.e, "My Web Pages" or "Project Files", and then you simply start adding in pages. You can do this in several ways: you can open a page in a browser, then go to Local Website Archive and click "add" (it will know the pages you have opened), or, more usefully, you can add extensions to browsers such as Explorer or Firefox to place this functionality in a context menu.
Right-click on a page, choose "Add to Local Website Archive," and, there you go. You can create multiple archives with Local Website Archive Lite; you might want one for work and one for personal use, for example, each one subdivided into folders.
We've only a few issues, mostly about the interface. There are a number of oddities. For example, when saving a page in Local Website Archive Lite, you cannot create a new archive folder on the fly, and you can't see a list of all your existing folders in a drop-down; you have to push a button to select a folder, and the folder must have already been created.
It's not possible to save just part of a page with Local Website Archive Lite - when going through a webcomic, for example, we often wish to save just the comic image and not the surrounding page. To get around this, we'd have to buy the paid version and edit the saved HTML. However, these are relatively minor quibbles that don't interfere with Local Website Archive's functionality.
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