Source Snatcher Web Browser 2.1
Did you ever wish you could take every image from a web page that you are viewing and have them all placed in a nice listed manner so that you could just scroll down and look at them all in full size?
Did it ever annoy you when you tried to right click an image just to find out that right click has been disabled on that web page? Maybe you were trying to view the source code of a web page and got that same right click disabled message? For increased learning and viewing you can view the source code and images of any web page. All you have to do is click on the source code tab and there is the source you wanted to see. Or, if you are looking for images on that page then just click on the images tab and there will be every image on that web page listed for you in a nice numerical order. Operates like other web browsers with some added perks such as being able to place access to the software directly in your IE Tools Menu for quick access at any time.
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