Editors' reviewThis add-on quickly captures Web screenshots with a minimum of fuss, but its an Internet Explorer exclusive. PageScanner places an additional toolbar button on your Web browser. Web page screenshots are created in just a few clicks, and you can send them to the clipboard or save them to a user-specified folder. BMP, JPEG, TIFF, or PNG image formats are supported. Even users who haven't worked with image editing programs will be able to use the simple tools to strip elements like the scroll bars and browser frame from the images. PageScanner also includes straightforward tools for cropping and resizing images, and you can create customized image-capture presets by saving your settings. PageScanner works well and demonstrated good capture speed in our tests, but users who prefer other popular browsers like Firefox or Opera won't be able to use this IE add-on. There's a short, 14-day trial restriction, but PageScanner is easy enough for any user to quickly grab screenshots from the Web.
You can capture whole Web page by clicking a button on the toolbar. PageScanner is an extension of Internet Explorer. You can also use many functions. The captured image can be cropped, resized, and simulated several browsers appearance.
What's new in this version:
Version 1.6 contains unspecified updates.