This program captures Web content in several different formats as determined by you, the user. But after several attempts on our part, we were never able to save the Web content.
easyWebSave's main user interface can be accessed via your Tools menu. We received a nag screen to register the program each time we tried to capture content. Through the user interface, you select the format for capturing content, whether that be HTML complete, HTML text only, plain text, single file Web page, MS Word document, or selected images. We first attempted to save the page as a plain text document, and opted to have the file open after saving. But when we clicked OK, we were told that the file could not be opened. On our next try, we attempted to save selected images as JPEGs. We were never asked where or what to save the images, and the program returned nothing.
We're pretty sure that the problems we encountered had nothing to do with the trial restriction. According to the publisher, the only trial restriction is a watermark on the saved document. Thanks to its poor performance, we can't offer easyWebSave our recommendation. One more note: after we manually uninstalled the program, we found extra files left in our program files folder.
easyWebSave is a powerful browser addon to help you only save the part you want from Web page into MS Word/RTF, Mht(single file web page), Text, and HTML. Main features includes: save only the part you want; support document formats such as MS Word Doc/RTF, Mht, HTML, and Plain Text; save mass pages with pre-defined folder, filename, and format.