Weeny Free HTML to PDF Converter is, just as its name suggests, a tool for saving HTML files to the PDF format.
These can be local HTML files (as well as XML or plain text), or what web pages you like. And if you specify multiple files or URLs, the program can convert all of them in a single operation, leaving you with PDF files containing the same clickable links as the HTML originals (mostly, anyway).
And the conversion is carried out very simply, by a single executable installed as a part of the Weeny Free HTML to PDF Converter setup process. There's no extra printer driver installed, no other system components to clutter your PC.
Of course one advantage of the "virtual printer driver" approach taken by similar tools is that they work with just about any application, enabling you to convert almost any file type to PDF. While this one only works with HTML and basic text files.
Weeny Free HTML to PDF Converter does have one advantage over some of the competition, though, in its use of PDF bookmarks. If you try saving a complex URL, such as http://www.softwarecrew.com, for instance, the program will add bookmarks to various sections ("Most Popular Posts", "Latest Reviews", "Latest Comments" and so on), and you'll be able to jump to those directly with a click.
Please note, Weeny Free HTML to PDF Converter will try to install a couple of browser addons during the setup process, so pay close attention. We had to click the "Decline" button a couple of times, for instance, but this doesn't cancel the main installer, it just prevents you getting the addons.
There are more versatile and comprehensive PDF creators around, but Weeny Free HTML to PDF Converter is at least simple and straightforward, and it does make good use of your PDF bookmarks