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SavePictureAs 10.6

Easily save pictures directly from your browser

by Mike Williams

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License: Open Source
Operating Systems: Windows 7 (32 bit), Windows 7 (64 bit), Windows 8, Windows Server, Windows Vista (32 bit), Windows Vista (64 bit), Windows XP
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Languages: English
Software Cost: Free
Date Updated: 30 June 2014
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Downloads To Date: 514
Developer: Robert Jackson
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SavePictureAs 10.6
Easily save pictures directly from your browser

SavePictureAs is a portable tool which simplifies the process of saving pictures from web pages. Supported browsers include Internet Explorer, Firefox, Chrome, Opera, Safari, Maxthon, RockMelt, Avant, Comodo Dragon, and K-Meleon.

Once running, you can grab any image by moving your mouse cursor over it and pressing a customisable hotkey. SavePictureAs then simulates a right-click, chooses the "Save Image As" option, points the browser at your preferred folder and saves the picture with its default name.

If that file name already exists, a "Duplicates" dialog offers various options. You can choose to delete one of the pictures, add the current date and time to one name, or just enter your preferred file name.

A built-in Favourites system gives you additional control over where pictures are saved. Assign a few favourites to other folders, and clicking any of these later will change the save location.

The program is extremely configurable. You can choose a custom file name format (pic1.jpg, pic2.jpg), set a default "duplicate file name" action, adjust program colours, even select your preferred system tray icon.

As a bonus, SavePictureAs can also capture and save the entire screen, active window or a custom rectangular area.

Version 10.6 is a bug fix release.

Verdict:

SavePictureAs is easy enough to use with its default settings, but the program's real strength is in its configurability. Once you've set up your preferred folders, file name format, overwrite rules and more, it should save you a great deal of time.

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