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If you are accustomed to surf the Internet a lot you might wish, while browsing a website, to save a document to read it later with calm. You might also wish to download automatically all documents belonging to a certain website, without browsing it page-by-page. If your ambitions are quite big, you might also search the whole Internet for those documents you are really interested in! If so, here is a nice Firefox plugin able to save you a lot of time by automating the process of  finding, downloading and saving documents in the Web in a couple of clicks. 

OutWit Docs is a great plugin for Firefox able to find for you any kind of document on a website without browsing it page-by-page.  But its greatest option is to scan the whole Internet for documents having the extensions you want by exploring  search engine results. Here is a list of its most important features:

  • Search a website or the whole Internet.
  • Search for special file type such as: DOC, DOCX, XLS, XLSX, PPT, PPTX, CSV, SWF, or PDF.
  • You can specify where to save the files downloaded from the Internet.
  • You can specify what website to scan.
  • Automatically download and save any file.
  • Auto-browsing and auto-catching options.
  • Compatible with with Windows, Mac OS, and Linux.

If you want to know more, visit the official website. If you want to download it, click here.


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