In Pictures: 9 essential Internet Explorer 10 add-ons

Internet Explorer 10 add-ons

ADD-ON: Fireshot

WHAT IT DOES: Captures web page screenshots

This is the only add-on in this slideshow that is shareware (you’ll have to pay $34.95 after a free 30-day trial), but it could be worth it if you need to snip images from web page a lot. There are plenty of free screengrab tools out there for Windows, but Fireshot can grab a web page’s entire layout as a single image. In contrast, most standalone screenshot programs are designed for grabbing what you see on your computer’s screen, or a user-selected portion of it.

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