SaveForm allows you to save Web pages, so that you can easily revisit them by opening a file instead of first opening a browser and navigating to the site.
SaveForm is an unobtrusive add-on for Microsoft Internet Explorer. You can access it by right-clicking in an open Web page, selecting the Save As command from the Tools menu, or by adding a SaveForm button to the IE toolbar. You can save pages as either .htm or .mht formats--in the latter format, all relative links are saved as part of the file instead of in a separate folder, making it the better format for embedding a page in an e-mail.
Oddly enough, we found that even if our default browser was not IE, SaveForm saved the files in the default browser setting anyway. But since SaveForm only works with IE, those saved files are unavailable for use when you open them.
A hindrance in using the trial version was the purchase reminder that appears each time you use SaveForm to save a page. Despite the program's flaws, any user who visits particular Web pages frequently may find this a handy way to save access to those pages.
SaveForm is an Internet Explorer add-on for convenient saving of visited web pages. It allows saving web forms' content. For instance, you can enter some text on a page and then get that text saved along with the page source. Movies, flash, images are also saved along with page. Optionally, you can set the datestamp to be automatically added to the file name. Web pages can be saved in both mht or html formats. Version 2.32 may include unspecified updates, enhancements, or bug fixes.