WGET example, (for Windows too!)

wget example:

wget -F -c -w 1 -r -L -k -l 1 http://www.example.com/index2.html

Options meaning:
-F This enables you to retrieve relative links from existing HTML files on your local disk, by adding <base href=”url”> to HTML, or using the –base command-line option
-c continue getting a partially-downloaded file, otherwise, if the destination file already exists, the new downloaded file will be renamed [FILENAME.EXT].1
-w XX wait the specified (XX) number of seconds between the retrievals. To prevent servers overload
-r recurse folder
-L follow relative links only
-k after the download is complete, convert the links in the document to make them suitable for local viewing
-l specify recursion maximum depth level depth. The default maximum depth is 5

You may want to use -b to execute the command in backgrount mode.

Windows version: http://www.interlog.com/%7Etcharron/wgetwin.html
Manual: wget –help

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