Criminal Information Management
"SurfSaver receives the C/NET Editor's Choice Award."
Save the Web, By Sylvia Carr (4/6/98)
"The Internet is a fantastic information resource. And despite all the talk about e-commerce, email, and games, the main reason people use the Internet is to "gather news and information"
(Source: eStats March 1998).
We designed SurfSaver to organize the news and information you gather. SurfSaver creates a searchable archive from the information you collect on the Internet. SurfSaver is a simple way to permanently store Web pages in searchable folders. With SurfSaver, you can conveniently search the information you collect at any time (even when you're not connected to the Internet. It's a ideal tool for researchers, packrats, and anyone else collecting information on the Internet.
Searchable - SurfSaver does more than just save copies of a Web page on your hard drive. It creates a searchable archive of the information. You can collect thousands of pages on a subject and then use SurfSaver to search and organize them.
Permanent - With SurfSaver you have a permanent copy of the pages you save. You don't have to worry about the information changing or disappearing from the Internet.
Saves with Graphics, Frames, and Formats - SurfSaver saves the page complete with formatting... including graphics, frames, and hypertext links.
Add Notes - Enter notes and comments about the pages you save.
Integrated with the Browser - SurfSaver is seamlessly integrated with the browser.
Share Your Folders - Email information you gather to other SurfSaver users. The perfect way for a research assistant to pass on the information he/she locates.
Windows 95, Windows 98, or Windows NT
Microsoft Internet Explorer 4.0 or Netscape 4.0x