IE Screenshot Pro boosts your image-clipping capabilities for Web screenshots with tools that integrate with your browser. While it doesn't have some of the features found in other screenshot utilities, it performed well when put to the test.
When you find a Web site you'd like to capture, just click on the Screenshot Pro icon. A drop-down menu presents easy to understand options for saving an individual frame (which just makes a screenshot of what fits into the browser screen), saving the full page as an image, or sending by e-mail. The extras are limited, but useful, and include the options to input a text stamp across the picture or save the screenshot as a thumbnail.
Screenshot Pro is much simpler for casual screenshot takers who have trouble remembering the proper keyboard commands and gives greater features for frequent screenshot takers. Plan on spending some time, though, to learn the ins and outs of grabbing the right spot on the page if you're new to this type of program.
IE Screenshot Pro works well enough, but there are programs in the category that will take screenshots of anything on your screen, some with options to edit the images as well. If your focus is exclusively on the Web, though, this tool makes it easy to grab images as you surf and save them.