CaptureSaver helps you to manage clips pulled from the Web, but we found browsing the stored clips to be an arduous task.
The program's two-part, utilitarian window is easy to operate and includes preloaded samples and a demo video. Folders and subfolders can easily be created and stored in the left-hand tree structure. The program captures screenshots of Web pages, selected texts, images, active windows, and even a specific section of the screen. You can also add comments to every clip. Users will appreciate the drag-and-drop feature for quickly arranging clippings. The inclusion of search and password features is a nice addition. CaptureSaver will let you print and import images, but you can't export information.
On the downside, the built-in viewer for viewing stored clippings took a while to load the images. We also would have like to have seen the integration of popular browsers like Mozilla and IE. Nonetheless, this program's 25-day trial is ample time for casual bloggers and students to appreciate this program's organizational capabilities.