Full Page Screen Capture is an interesting, little Chrome extension that, as its name clearly states, makes it as straightforward as possible for you to capture full page PNG screenshots of any website.
It can be deployed just as easily as any other typical Chrome extension from the Chrome Web Store, and it can be activated with a simple mouse click on its icon that sits right next to the address bar.
Alternatively, you can use the ALT+SHIFT+P combination for the same result. Once launched, the extension automatically starts scrolling and capturing the website you are currently visiting. The progression is displayed by a funny-looking PacMan-themed progress bar, right underneath the extension's icon.
The results are presented to you within an automatically generated new tab. You can take advantage of the minimalist and intuitive web-based GUI to zoom in and analyze the screenshot, as well as to delete or save the image. Conveniently, all your former captures and all their details are stored within a "History" section.
It is worth noting that if this handy extension can also manage extremely large webpages. In extreme cases, for example, where the page is just too bulky for Chrome to appropriately store it, the extension automatically splits the screenshot in smaller images, each one of them with individually assigned new tabs.
Taking everything into account, Full Page Screen Capture is an efficient and user-friendly Chrome extension that provides you with the most straightforward way to capture screenshots of any webpage, with a single mouse click and without having to make use of other, more complex, third-party tools.
It works well in almost all conditions, as it convinced us during our tests where it handled capturing screenshots of all the webpages we have thrown at it.