DiskerNet: archive your browser history for later search
DiskerNet empowers you to be the archivist of your own internet browsing. As a robust, lightweight tool, DiskerNet seamlessly connects to your browser, saving and organizing your online discoveries in real-time. With an option to archive everything or only bookmark-worthy content, DiskerNet places you in full control of your browsing history. No special plugins or extensions required.
Access: Keep track of your online finds without breaking a sweat.
Efficiency: Find your saved content fast, saving you time for more exploration.
Flexibility: Share your archive with others or maintain your digital solitude.
Simplicity: No frills, no fuss. DiskerNet is straightforward to use, requiring no extra tools or plugins.
Organization: Search through everything you’ve archived with full text search of all archived content. Your own personal search engine.
Put it in “save” mode when using Chrome (Linux is fine) and it automatically saves every page you browse (so you can read it offline), and also indexes it for full text search.
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