Besides PDF Drawboard, you could use the free NEBO app (great and direct OCR of your written notes to text) and/or Microsoft's Plumbago which can export your written notes to PDF. But in the end i hope for better Windows ink support in Evernote.
That is a half-backed workaround. It saves the header of the webpage and a link to this webpage, not the content of the webpage itself. At beter solution which works for most of my time: If you open the menu (...) you can select 'open with internet explorer'. it starts internet explorer and opens that particular page you are viewing. Clip it from there, as the web clipper works with Internet Explorer.