Using CaptureSaver as Information Collector
Both in business and education, effective management of information taken from the Internet is a major problem. The process of collecting, saving and managing information for future research use depends on a flawed mixture of compromises and workarounds that interferes with work-flow and results in data-loss and worse.
Up until now, bookmarking favorite pages has been the standard method for saving web content. While bookmarking is useful for finding your way back to a site, it has major limitations. Bookmarks cannot save information created dynamically by web servers, nor can they save time-critical information. You cannot use bookmarks off-line, nor can you use your bookmarks to share information with your boss. Even utilities that store bookmark lists are of little value because bookmarked pages can disappear.
With a conventional browser, if you want to visit several links on a Web page, you have to click on the links one by one, wait until the pages are loaded, then view the pages. When you are reading a page, the Internet connection becomes idle. If you find an interesting page that you want to save, you have to use IE's Save command and choose saving path and name the title.
CaptureSaver provides a solution, and then delivers a lot more!
CaptureSaver is an information collector for: