WebSite-Watcher checks an unlimited number of web-sites for updates and changes with a minimum of time and online-costs. When changes in a website are detected, it saves the last two versions to your hard disk and highlights all changes in the text.
Yes - 30 day timeout
- WebSite-Watcher works correctly with High DPI displays that are using scaling
- Internet Explorer Macros and IE/Browser: Filtering of scripts and comments significantely improved
- Internet Explorer Macros and IE/Browser: Improved support for Windows 10
- Internet Explorer Macros: Internal timeout handling improved. This can bring a small performance improvement for certain Internet Explorer Macros
- RSS feeds: Improved detection and handling if a feed only contains removed articles
- Internal browser / Statusbar: Possibility to set the default zoom level
- Internal browser: Max zoom level is now 500 (instead of 200)
- RSS/Atom feeds: Improved sorting behavior when multiple posts have no or a similiar pub date
- Internet Explorer Macros: improved form filling and more types of non-standard buttons supported
- Changes side bar didn't work correctly when the browser zoom level wasn't 100%
- Program configuration: Custom folder line height didn't work correctly under certain circumstances
- Checking local HTML files with the checking method "Internet Explorer/Browser" didn't correctly handle link addresses
- Follow-Links: Ignore parts of an URL to avoid duplicates didn't work under certain circumstances
- Smaller improvements and fixes
Reviewing 13.0 (Feb 14, 2013)
Reviewing 13.0 Beta 2 (Jan 25, 2013)
This program is perfect. Highly customizable and goes the extra miles to do everything you ask of it. I love using it.
Reviewing 11.5 Beta 1 (Oct 3, 2011)
"lots of free products around which do the job correctly"
Alright, it would have been easy to just name one then. It obviously has to support regular expressions like Website Watcher to "do the job correctly".
Reviewing 11.3 (Jun 20, 2011)
Looks likes a 20 years old thing, behaves like a 20 years old thing, and is slow like a 20 years old thing. Indeed, lots of free products around which do the job correctly, this one doesn't (and probably never will)
Reviewing 11.0 (Feb 4, 2011)
This top-of-the-line software is being lanced by morons simply because the author doesn't want to work for free.
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