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Web Monitor is a system for automatically monitoring web pages. It allows the user to check for changes on web pages periodically or according to a user defined schedule. Areas on a web page can be selected for monitoring according to various change criteria. When a change event occurs various notification actions can be enabled. Such actions include playing a sound file, sending an email or SMS message and even running another program. When changes to a currently monitored web page occur Web Monitor will save the new pages to your computer and highlight the changes between the old and new pages. It is possible to configure the how much history data is stored. Web Monitor is a simple to use tool and will save you much time that is otherwise needlessly spent navigating to different web sites checking for updates.
Price USD59
License Purchase
File Size 2.15 MB
Version 3.02
Operating System Windows 2003 Windows Vista Windows Windows XP
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