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How to save the whole site to PC to view it off-line?

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I'd like to have a program ot tool (desirable some that free :) or way to save the whole site on my PC to view it off-line.
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many tools

HTTRACK

WEBSITE DOWNLOADERS

http://www.pcworld.com/article/173815/save_sites_offline.html
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