Extreme Picture Finder is a program which enables you to locate and download content from websites. Its features are easy to figure out, even by less experienced users.
The app is packed in a user-friendly interface where first-time users can get started by using the wizard. So, you can configure proxy settings and specify the default destination folder. Creating a new project begins with writing the starting address and site password (if this is the case). In the following steps, you can input the title and category of the project.
But you can also pick the file types to save to your hard drives (images, video, audio, archives, Flash, executable items, web pages), as well as make Extreme Picture Finder preserve the folder structure of the website.
Furthermore, you can choose the site exploration mode between regular and thumbnail gallery; the latter option focuses on websites with links to images located on external URLs. The scan limit may include the entire site, current directory (and at a deeper level), current page only, or all links (while limiting only the exploration depth).
Other features of Extreme Picture Finder let you use a search function within the downloaded items, view logging details, manage file list columns, create a web thumbnails gallery, make Extreme Picture Finder automatically run at system startup and minimize to the system tray, and more.
The program requires a moderate-to-high amount of system resources, has a slow response time while there is an ongoing project, includes user documentation, and takes reasonable time to download content from a website, depending on its size and the options you have set. Thanks to its intuitive layout, less experienced users may quickly learn how to work with Extreme Picture Finder.