FireShot for Internet Explorer
Taking screenshots of your desktop isn’t that difficult, but grabbing the image of an entire website is a completely different story, since they usually cover more than the size of the screen.
FireShot is a small utility created for Internet Explorer that can capture, edit, organize, export, upload and print web page screenshots. The app has a simple interface and an intuitive design that should be quite easy to figure out.
The app integrates into the browser’s interface and can be accessed through the icon placed at the right side of the address bar, giving you easy access to it. The program can capture various types of screenshots, such as the entire page, only the visible area, a user-defined selection or the browser window. Alternatively, you can capture the entire page and open the editing window.
All pictures can be saved to one of the supported image formats (PNG, JPG, GIF and BMP), but also as a PDF file. They can also be uploaded to the Internet, printed, emailed, copied to Clipboard or opened with the help of an external image editor.
The integrated photo editor lets you add shapes or pointers, draw or include images to the picture, as well as annotations. For the latter, you may pick the font name, size, color and alignment.
The bottom line is that Fireshot is a nice tool that can be quite helpful. Less experienced individuals should find it quite easy to hand, thanks to its intuitive interface and overall simplicity.