URL Extractor extracts email addresses and URLs from files, from the Web, and also via search engines. It can start from a single Web page and navigate all the links inside looking for emails or URLs to extract, and save all on the user HD. It can also extract from a single file or from all the content of a folder on your HD at any nested level.
Once done, it can save URL Extractor documents to disk, containing all the setting used for a particular folder or file or Web pages, ready to be reused. Or the extracted data can be saved on disk as text files ready to be used for the user purposes.
It allows the user to specify a list of Web pages used as navigation starting points and going to other Web pages using cross-navigation. You can also specify a series of keywords; then it searches Web pages related to the keywords via search engines, and starts a cross-navigation of the pages, collecting URLs. It can navigate for hours without user interaction in Web extraction mode, extracting all the URLs it finds in all the Web pages it surfs unattended; or starting from a single search engine using keywords, looking in all the resulting and linked pages in an unlimited navigation and URL extraction.
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