But there are some issues with most of these offline browsers. How do you browse or search web pages once they are saved locally? How do you update the local information when the source data has changed? Can you transfer the web content from computer to your mobile phone or the USB pen drive?
Update: The software listed in this article is no longer available. However, there are other working options to help you download blogs and websites for offline reading.
Enter Webaroo - a free offline browser cum search engine that is not-so-geek and should solve all the above problems.
Once you install Webaroo, you suggest a list of blogs, websites, videos, podcasts or any online content that you would like to browse offline. If you are too busy to make suggestions, you can install readymade Webaroo packs - popular websites arranged in categories.
Webaroo then creates an offline copy of the site that you can browse or search as if you are connected. Based on your settings, Webaroo periodically checks the original web pages for modification and if there are any, the software automatically updates the local cache.
The software also provides visual hints for outgoing hyperlinks that are already available in the local cache.