From its toolbar icon to the program's main interface, Flash Saver is riddled with problems. In fact, in repeated tests we weren't able to get it to save a single Flash file.
After installation, you'll find a small icon on IE's toolbar and a desktop icon. Clicking the first led to a script error message every time, regardless of the Web site we were visiting. We had better luck with the desktop icon, which at least opened the program's main interface. The layout was pretty clean, and resembled a standard database-driven program. It has the option to manually enter a URL to search for Flash files, and Flash Saver did return options for download. It was back to the same problem, however, when it came to time to download them, and a script error consistently caused the program to lock up.
A Flash player is thrown in, but with the primary program's inability to grab a single Flash file, it went unused. Save your time and money and skip this buggy program. You'll get error messages galore, but not a single saved file.
The IE plug in, Flash saver allows you to save Flash animations to your hard disk by right clicking. It can save Flash animations from Web page, search local cache files and list all Flash files that were viewed recently. It can also help you classify downloaded Flash files into categories and manage them.