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Image Quick Saver

Image Quick Saver Image Quick Saver allows you to save web images quickly and easily.
Select multiple web images that you want by mouse, and drag them onto the bar, and then you can download all of the pictures in the bar with only one click. If you only want one image, you can simply click 'lucky' and you'll have the biggest picture on current web page saved into your disk without further operation.
Image Quick Saver can filter images by their width, height, and extension automatically...

Software Information System Requirements
  • Windows OS
  • Microsoft Internet Explorer 5.5 above
File Size:913 KB
License:Free to try, $29.95 to buy
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Download:Click to Download
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Main Features of Image Quick Saver :
  • Allows select and save multiple web images at one time, not one by one
  • Filter images by width, size, extension and by your eyes
  • Get current biggest image with one lucky click
  • Can add web page title, date time to image file name
  • Without prompt user to input images save file name

User Feedback:  

Simon Taylor:
 It was a pain when I tried to download multiple images from Internet Explorer. Now Image quick saver comes to my help! I guess a lot of us experienced this trouble before. I have to save pictures one at a time and every time I have to tell a pop-up window where images go. It takes a lot of time, especially when I want to save images in folders in which I have many files, e.g. "My Pictures" folder. Wouldn't it be great having "quick save image"? Only a few clicks, selected pictures will be saved to the specified target folder without pop-up window to bother us. It rocks. Now I don't even use Internet Explorer without Image quick saver on the side bar.      

Ian Bell:
 Great idea, guys! I do a lot of image saving, and have to right-click on each image and select save as, then navigate to the correct folder and click save. I repeat this for every image I want to save. It takes me a lot of trouble to do this. Now, using your software, Image quick saver, image saver becomes such an enjoyable and easy process. Just a few clicks, the images will be automatically saved to a customer directory.

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