Free Source Code Browser is a very basic Internet browser whose major goal is allowing you to access the source code and the images of any web page active in your browser. It results very helpful for web designers and developers, especially with pages that block access to their source code or that does not allow you to save the images they contain.
The program looks and behaves very much like most Internet browsers. It provides the typical buttons required for basic navigation: Back, Forward, Stop, Reload, and UpDir. However, it also provides three additional tabs that give you instant access to the page's source code and all the images it contains, separately. From here, you can save any of the images, regardless of the original page's restrictions.
This program, in fact, uses Internet Explorer's navigation engine, allowing you to browse even the most advanced web pages, but also demanding from you to have Internet Explorer installed on your system (version 4.0 or newer). The program's interface is very nice and easy to use. Besides, it can integrate with your Internet Explorer’s tools menu so that you can access this browser directly from IE. This link can be also easily removed when necessary.
Free Source Code Browser is completely free and does its job very well. I think it is an excellent choice for anybody needing to access the source code of protected web pages or to download their images.