With WebShot you can take Screenshots of web pages and save them as either thumbnails or full size images
Webshot allows you to be able to output your screenshots in JPG, PNG, GIF or BMP formats. WebShot tells you the browser size specification which allows you to capture all or some of the screenshot depending on your needs. It provides you with multiple threads so that you can capture more screenshots without running multiple processes. You can easily delete all of Internet Explorer’s cache, so your hard drive doesn’t get full. WebShot has higher quality colour quantized gif images which produce better screenshots using less disk space. You can take multiple image captures several seconds apart on each url. It has many more features allowing you to take Screenshots effectively and quickly without using too much space. Note that this freeware version comes with a demo of the command line interface which can be purchased and used to streamline the screenshot process on whole websites. The server edition of WebShot comes with a DLL that will allow you to embed WebShot technology in your own applications.
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First impression on unpacking the Q702 test unit was the solid feel and clean, minimalist styling.
For work use, Microsoft Word and Excel programs pre-installed on the device are adequate for preparing short documents.
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