With the help of Web Page Grabber you can easily take screenshots of webpages and save them locally. It offers support for PDF, JPEG, GIF, BMP, PNG and TIFF format, along with several handy configuration settings that should be to your liking.

The whole setup operation is over in just a few seconds with minimal user intervention. You are greeted by a clear-cut window with a modest appearance, representing the app's interface.

So, you can get started by adding URLs to the list for scanning purposes. Web Page Grabber supports a Clipboard live monitoring tool, so it automatically adds identified links.

It is also possible to add local webpage files together with multiple URLS at once by pointing out a text document. In the list you can study the index number, URL, settings (global or custom) and status of each link.

Before saving the local images, you can indicate the target directory, file naming rule and format, convert it to greyscale, set the webpage size, fetch timeout, process delay and date/time format, as well as indicate the number of requests for each attempt. Web Page Grabber will automatically generate the photos according to the applied settings once it receives this command.

We have not come across any stability issues in our tests, thanks to the fact that Web Page Grabber did not hang, crash or pop up error messages. It had a good response time and minimal impact on computer performance, using low CPU and memory.

Thanks to its intuitive interface and options, Web Page Grabber can be handled by anyone looking to easily capture webpage screenshots and save them as local images.