While browsing the web, we often find that the layout of a webpage we visited earlier has changed or the contents in it are changed, but sometimes its not easy to tell which part was changed.

Thanks to a software called Website-Watcher, you can do that and more.

Here is the developer’s description of Website-Watcher:

WebSite-Watcher is a powerful yet simple website-monitoring tool, perfectly suited to the beginner and advanced user alike. If you can work with an email client, you can even work with WebSite-Watcher!

The software places you in complete control over what gets checked, when it gets checked, and even how you are notified.

  • Monitor web pages
  • Monitor password protected pages
  • Monitor forums for new postings and replies
  • Monitor RSS feeds, Newsgroups and local files
  • Highlight changes in a page
  • Powerful filter system to ignore unwanted content

You can read more about the features in the review that our forum moderator, Arnab has written.
He is hosting a giveaway for 5 licenses for the Business Edition of Website-Watcher as well.


(You need a forum account at Avinashtech.net to participate in this contest)

1. Be a member of Avinastech Forum with minimum 10 posts.
2. Leave a comment at the forum thread, which indicates your interest in this giveaway. Just “count me in” is accepted but a well-arranged one will bring you
a step closer to the podium.
3. Tell us, approximately how many recurring web pages you open daily?

Head over to the giveaway thread to try your luck

Thanks to Martin Aignesberger for sponsoring the licenses.