With the power of the Wayback Machine, you can go back in time to see how a website has changed and evolved through the history of the Web.
- - Wayback Machine is the most popular Web-based, Android, iPhone & iPad alternative to TechRewind.
- - Wayback Machine is the most popular free alternative to TechRewind.
Because modern websites are complicated and often rely on dynamic content, ArchiveBox archives the sites in several different formats beyond what public archiving services like Archive.org and Archive.is are capable of saving.
- - ArchiveBox is the most popular Windows, Mac, Linux & Self-Hosted alternative to TechRewind.
- - ArchiveBox is the most popular Open Source alternative to TechRewind.
Archive.today (or archive.is) allows you to "take a photo" of a webpage that will always be available even if the original page changes or is deleted.
Dead pages, broken links, the scourge of the internet. Powerhouse sites like Slashdot and Digg can bring a server to its knees. What do we do when a page is dead but we still want to see it? Call in the clerics, and perform a resurrection ceremony!
automated, scheduled, screenshots to your inbox.
- - blit is the most popular commercial alternative to TechRewind.
GeocitiesArchive.org is a Geocities Archive / Mirror. It's a website dedicated to the memory of the early internet featuring full text search with Artificial Intelligence.
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Geocitiesarchive.org sadly no longer exists. As the website had been shut down, and no longer you can access the preserved archives of the geocities web sites.
When you see the 404 not found pages while you are searching something, you can directory go to the backup page with "Wayback Machine extension". You may find web cache with this extension from The Internet Archive, Google Cache, Yahoo Cache, MSN cache(Bing Cache)...Discontinued
The extension is no longer updated. Last version, 0.4, released in June 2011, can be still downloaded from the Chrome Web Store.
OoCities is a navigable archive of many former GeoCities.com websites. OoCities tried to save many GeoCities.com pages during the last days they were online from 20 to 27 October 2009, though were only able save a share of around 2 Million pages.
Phaidra stands for reliable long-term archiving and gives educational, research- and management staff, the possibility to publish, to store digital data and resources and to archive them indefinitely. Phaidra gives the possibility to: