CLICK allows you to take a snapshot of any Web page. The dynamic nature of the Web is one of its greatest strengths, but it can be frustrating when you link to a Web page only to have it change on you. "But that's not what it said yesterday," you protest futilely into the World Wide Wind. Don't take chances. Use CLICK! by to put the Web on dry ice and never be frightened of change again. Unlike books, newspapers, and journals that have a permanent written record, Web pages do not have a written record. Currently, people such as journalists, academics, bloggers, researchers, students, and others do not have a simple and consistent way to link to a Web page as it was when they wrote their article, report, research study, or academic paper. If the Web page that you quote or referenced changes afterwards, you will waste time trying to reconstruct the original web page and your credibility may be questioned. With this toolbar you can take a snapshot of a humorous Web page before the prudish editors take it down. It is a great tool for blogs that critique and comment on other sites. Share snapshots of ecommerce and Web-based applications. This version is the first release on CNET
File Size61.15 kB
Operating System Windows 2000 Windows XP Windows
System RequirementsWindows 2000/XP, Mozilla Firefox 1.5 - 2.0.0