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'''Kiwix''' is an offline reader for web content. It's a software especially intended to make Wikipedia available without internetusing Internet, but it is potentially suitable for all HTML contentcontents. Kiwix supports the [http://www.openzim.org ZIM format], a highly compressed open format with additional meta-data.
Kiwix is a [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Free_software free software], that which means you can freely copy, modify and spread distribute it.
Kiwix is mostly installed in schools, universities and libraries which can't afford a broadband Internet access. Kiwix being a lot It's so much faster than the Internet, it's and also can be used by many institutions to save bandwidth and reader's time. But many people use Kiwix for their own private personal purpose. That's the case, for example, of persons suffering from censorship or prisoners.
Kiwix is really easy to use. It provides a range of features which make the usage comfortable:
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* [https[Special:MyLanguage//translatewiki.net/wiki/Translating:Kiwix Translation|Translate the user interface]]
* [[Special:UserLogin|Translate the wiki]]
* [[Special:MyLanguage/Projects|Projects]]
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