Monitor Web page changes

Specto is a OpenSource WebPage update/monitoring program – it saves you time and keeps you updated by automatically checking web pages (static or dynamic)to see if they have changed also helps to check it at time when someone is trying to change your page.

You can configure Specto to monitor changes to wiki pages, blog posts, forum threads, your email inbox, and even files and folders on your own system. An unobtrusive pop-up from its system tray icon informs you of all changes, so you don’t have to hop around looking for updates.

You can install it from the compressed tarball if you want the most recent release. First explode the tarball with the tar zxvf specto-0.2.2.tar.gz command. Next, browse into the specto-0.2.2/ directory. You don’t have to install Specto to begin using it; the command ./launch.sh launches Specto. But Fedora and Ubuntu users can respectively use the su -c "python setup.py install" or sudo python setup.py install command to install Specto.

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