Manipulate the Web with ease using this Internet Explorer add-on. Gadwin Web Snapshot installs an unobtrusive button on Internet Explorer's Toolbar. Clicking the button captures the current page as an image, which the application displays in its large interface window. Picking tools was a simple process, thanks to the user-friendly arrangement of categories, and using each tool proved just as easy. Beginners who aren't familiar with basic graphics programs, such as Paint, may hit a few speed bumps. Overall the ease of use was comprehensive for this application.
Printouts are watermarked in the demo version. While there are some freeware options on the market that get the job done, the ease of use and fresh look of Web Snapshot is definitely appealing.
Gadwin Web Snapshot lets you quickly turn Web pages into images. This Internet Explorer add-on effectively captures not just parts of a Web page that are visible in a window, but the entire page including all design elements. The captured image can then be edited, resized and annotated before being output to a graphical file. The application also gives you the option of sending the Web capture directly to your printer or as an email, and it will even automatically resize the picture to specified dimensions.