Windows 7 comes with a Snipping Tool application that easily lets you capture different kinds of screenshots. Albeit it’s not flooded with a wide array of features, it’s a major improvement over the previous Print Screen method that would take screenshot of the whole screen, which you can then paste in the integrated Paint utility and make a few adjustments thereafter. If you still aren’t quite satisfied with Snipping Tool, then you might need to look for some alternative solutions, and Snipping Tool++ is just one of those. You may call it an evolved version of Windows default Snipping Tool that contains a few additional features that are never found on the former one. It’s an ultra-light, Java-based application that, along with simply enabling you to capture the screenshots, also lets you upload them directly to Imgur, and in addition, uploads text snippets to PasteBin. Yes! you might be wondering what PasteBin has to do with screenshots; well, an added feature never hurts anyway. Moreover, if you frequently find the need to upload various images to Imgur (a renowned image sharing web service), then the application might come in handy to upload multiple images to the site (at most 50 within an hour) without firing up your web browser. Read More
IA PrintScreen is a small utility which resides in the system tray and interacts with the print screen key. This utility presents you with different options when you take a screenshot via print screen key so that you may select your required action to speed up the utilization of the screenshot and get your job done quickly . If you often use the Print Screen key to capture different screenshots then this app is a must have utility for you. Read More
With Windows 7 Snipping tool it is very easy to capture , edit and share screenshots of any portion of your screen . This tool was also included in Windows Vista, if you are one of those users who are upgrading from Windows XP to Windows 7, then this post is for you.
Note: This tutorial is for only those users who are upgrading from Windows XP to Windows 7 and have never before used Windows Vista.Read More
Windows 7 / Vista comes with a build-in accessory called Snipping Tool which can be used for taking accurate screen shots. This tools lets you select a certain area on your desktop screen or any other opened window and copies the selected image section into your system clipboard. You can either save the copied picture directly from it making no modifications to it, also you can export the copied image to a third party photo editing software like Adobe Photoshop, Paint.NET, etc as your choice. Read More