How would you answer this?
For those that don't know, I write the helpline column in PC Advisor magazine, and one question that I have been given this month is this one:
Please bare in mind I have already answered this question. What I want to know from you guys is any suggestions as to how they have been able to view pages offline? Fair enough if they are cached static pages, but surely they have been viewing dynamic content too. How has they managed to cache it? Very bizzare.
I connect to the Internet via Mobile Broadband and therefore only connect when I need to.
The problem I am having is that I am now unable to view any webpages held in History whilst I am Offline.
In the past, whilst Offline, I could open Explorer History and view most pages I had previously visited.
I could also do this by using 'Google Desktop Search' providing I did not tick 'work offline' in Internet Explorer Tools.
I have now also tried 'Copernic Desktop Search', but in all instances all that happens is that, instead of viewing the page selected or searched for, an Internet Explorer page opens with the message 'Internet Explorer cannot display the webpage'.
Can you please advise how I can view History pages without having to be connected to the Internet?