Researchers or students will find this offline browser an easy-to-use tool for storing info from online sources: links, photos, and entire or partial Web pages. We ran into an odd glitch during our tests, but it didn't seem to affect CyberKeeper's performance in any way.
The program installs slowly, but once it's up and running, it launches an attractively designed interface and a floating toolbar that complements its features. (A further slowdown at installation will occur for those who will also need to install Microsoft .NET Framework 3.0 Service Pack, which is required for running this browser.) The app is relatively simple and straightforward, but an online tutorial is available for those who have difficulties. This app functioned well in our tests, and we were pleased with its ease of use, particularly dragging and dropping selected text blocks or images from a page to the floating toolbar to save to a selected storage category. Defining multiple categories was easy to do, and managing the stored data was a snap.
We encountered one oddity during our tests: while saving a captured photo, error messages popped up from CyberKeeper, saying it couldn't display the images; but we had no performance issues with the images or any other features while working with this browser. CyberKeeper works simply and effective to save, store, and manage Web snippets, and we recommend it for any user.