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Most of us used to save web pages for later or offline reading. The problem with the saving a web page is you need to specify a location and most of the cases next time when you save another page the location may not be the same as the previous one. Saving and keeping those page in your PC can be difficult task (at least for me).

I have recently stumbled across an interesting Firefox extension called ScrapBook

ScrapBook is a Firefox extension, which helps you to save Web pages and manage the collection. Key features are lightness, speed, accuracy and multi-language support.

We can save whatever page that we wish for later reading with this extension. The extension will save it and manage it. We don’t have to worry about other than clicking a menu item for saving the page.

Later you’ll get a list of the saved page (similar that of the bookmark listing) through a menu in the browser menu bar from which you can click on any item that you want to open. Also it supports a search feature through we can search for a particular item(s).

More details about this is available here.

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