In our work for the coming versions of the kernel, one of our main chalenges is OutWit’s ability to explore the hidden Web. We are working on some very exciting features in this area (partly autonomous, partly user-driven explorations). The Deep Web is composed of Web pages and resources that are not indexed by search engines, simply because there are no links to them. One of the interesting functions we are working on is the generation of URLs and queries to the dark side of the Web.
Posts Tagged ‘grab images’
Important Note: The tutorials you will find on this blog may become outdated with new versions of the program. We have now added a series of built-in tutorials in the application which are accessible from the Help menu.
You should run these to discover the Hub.
In this tutorial, you are going to learn how to download whole collections of pictures with just a few clicks using OutWit Hub.
If you have ever surfed the Web in search of images to illustrate a presentation, get photos of your favorite stars or simply cool desktop backgrounds, you know that collecting large series of images and saving them to your computer can be tedious especially if you have to download them one by one. (See also OutWit Images)
With Outwit Hub, you can do this with the simple click of a few buttons.