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WebCloner 2.4 - User Guide and FAQ

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Frequently Asked Questions - WebCloner

  1. Where are my download projects saved?
    By default, the WebCloner Setup will create a subfolder entitled "WebCloner websites" in your "Documents and Settings" folder, where download projects will be saved. You can change this default location anytime in Settings > Advanced > Directories.

  2. A lot of files were not retrieved. What can I do to fix this?
    When creating a new download project, select the "Enable Ignored List" option under the "More" button - WebCloner will save a list of all the files it skipped while downloading, along with the reason why the file was omitted (most often a too-restrictive filter set in the project Properties).

  3. Why are downloads stored in .web files and not directly on my HDD?
    By maintaining a logical structure of each download project inside .web files, WebCloner is able to archive content, resume downloads, update downloads, convert links, search through downloads, or filter and export results. However, if you want to keep "clones" of the downloaded sites in folders on your HDD, you can use WebCloner's "Export To Folder" option.

  4. How can I avoid downloading large files?
    You can use filters to specify the maximum or mimimum size of the files you want WebCloner to retrieve. Just enter the Properties window of a project and toggle the Minimum/Maximum Size values in the File Filters areas. Another way of avoiding large downloads: right-click any file in the Queue List while WebCloner is downloading and choose the "Skip" option.

  5. Can I change the way WebCloner uses system resources?
    Yes. Each project can be set up using Properties > Project > Threading & Resources. Lowering the value of the Process Priority and the Threads Number will make WebCloner use less bandwidth and system resources.

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