To save images from web, normally we just right click and save the image. That’s easy but sometimes flash images and some other websites have restrictions which doesn’t allow the image to be saved. In such a case, you can use the Printscreen key and then paste the image to an image editor like Paint and then save that image. But this step of opening image editor and saving the image can be skipped by using a windows application.
Save Clipboard Images to Windows Explorer Directly
Screenshot2Disk is a simple freeware app that adds a new option to right click menu of Windows Explorer. With this new option, you can save images from clipboard directly to any folder in Windows.
Now let’s say you want to save an image from web. To do this, right click on it and then click on “Copy Image” and then navigate to the folder where you want to save the image, right click and click on “Paste clipboard-image here”. You can paste any image from clipboard using this method. This method is also useful when you want to take a screenshot from your computer using Printscreen and instead of opening any image editor to paste the image, simply right-click and use this option to save it.
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