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What are some decent cheap software packages which can find dead links in websites which I am managing. Also, is there anything I can download off the internet for free.

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You will want to delete this question, since it is a duplicate that has been answered already.
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rayray120497 earned 10 total points
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Goto http://www.websitegarage.com
and you can check all the dead links plus
some other stuffs FREE.
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