Gadwin PrintScreen 5.0.2
Want to create a screenshot suitable for saving or printing? Then just hit a key on your keyboard. Oh yeah, you'll have to download this program first.
There are several hotkey combos to choose from (PrintScreen is the default). Once you've chosen your favorite combo, head to the Destination tab and have the screen print out instantly, copy the capture to the clipboard, save it to a specific folder, or even send it through e-mail. You can perform full screen captures, or only capture a specific window.
Gadwin PrintScreen is an easy to use freeware utility that allows you to capture any portion of the screen, save it to a file, copy it to Windows clipboard, print it or e-mail it to a recipient of your choice.
There are also six different image formats to choose from, and each one can be resized. With all the customization capabilities, what more could you ask for?
Gadwin PrintScreen Professional combines the power of a first-class screen capture application with an advanced image editing and annotation utility - wrapped into one easy-to-use tool. Gadwin PrintScreen Professional is versatile and extremely easy-to-use.
Who needs Gadwin PrintScreen?
Screen captures can be used for many reasons. Use captured images from Gadwin PrintScreen to show off your product on the web. Enhance technical or sales documents and embed captures into presentations. Gadwin PrintScreen can help you capture and print or save computer screen data.
Why Gadwin PrintScreen?
On most Windows computers a full screen of data can be put on the clipboard by pressing the PrintScreen key. This sends whatever you see on screen to the clipboard, which you must then edit in a different graphics program to cut to the right size and image format. Here are some other reasons not to use the prefabricated PrintScreen function of Windows:
- Full screen of data can be put only on the clipboard.
- It is either difficult or impossible to capture some elements of a Windows screen, such as different shaped cursors.
- You spend too much time making image captures.
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