Move data + settings to new PC

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dhesmer 07/06/2006 08:07 am
I've got a new Laptop and want to move all my data and settings for Offline Explorer Pro to the new PC. Is there any instruction how to do this?
Thanks a lot for your advise
dhesmer
Oleg Chernavin 07/06/2006 10:57 am
Offline Explorer Pro can create compressed Project backup files.

Select the desired Project and go to the Tools | Backup/Restore menu. Select Backup Projects.
You will be prompted to type a filename to which to save the Project. All Project backup files have the .boe extension.

Backup files contain Project settings, its Map and all downloaded Web sites that belong to the Project.

You can restore the Project either by double-clicking the .boe file or by selecting it using the Tools | Backup/Restore | Restore Projects menu.

Backup files are also useful if you want to transfer the Project to another computer.

You can backup several Projects or Project Folders at once the same way. Just select the Projects using Shift-click or Ctrl-click before backing them up.

Best regards,
Oleg Chernavin
MP Staff
Paulo Bezerra 08/28/2006 10:02 am
Is it possible only move settings and data files to other PC ?



> Offline Explorer Pro can create compressed Project backup files.
>
> Select the desired Project and go to the Tools | Backup/Restore menu. Select Backup Projects.
> You will be prompted to type a filename to which to save the Project. All Project backup files have the .boe extension.
>
> Backup files contain Project settings, its Map and all downloaded Web sites that belong to the Project.
>
> You can restore the Project either by double-clicking the .boe file or by selecting it using the Tools | Backup/Restore | Restore Projects menu.
>
> Backup files are also useful if you want to transfer the Project to another computer.
>
> You can backup several Projects or Project Folders at once the same way. Just select the Projects using Shift-click or Ctrl-click before backing them up.
>
> Best regards,
> Oleg Chernavin
> MP Staff
Oleg Chernavin 08/29/2006 10:28 am
Yes, search for webdown.dat file on both computers and move all files in the same directory to another, replacing them.

Oleg.