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Working Offline

Research done by Gartner, Inc. and other leading analysts indicates that today’s knowledge workers want to be able to work when they want, where they want. That means being able to work even when you’re on a long airplane trip and aren’t connected to the Internet. This can be difficult if your job is to find out information about a product, company, or concept. Fortunately, the Make Pages Available Offline feature in Internet Explorer can provide you with offline data so you can look at Web pages that have automatically been saved to your local hard drive.

Of course, it’s possible to save a Web page on your local disk, but this feature goes far beyond that. Make Pages Available Offline enables you to specify a Web page as one that should be saved on your local drive, and refreshed according to a schedule you set, so you always have the latest version. What’s better, you can specify that subpages under that Web page should also be saved periodically, so you can save a page and also all its supporting pages (that often contain more detailed information).


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