Screenshot Sharing in a Snap: 7 Free Alternatives to Droplr

Erik

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wastedkill

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Alternatives to droplr you mean dropbox? never ever heard of droplr even my friends who send me tons of screenshots dont know what droplr is.
 

Kibaruk

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Alternatives to droplr you mean dropbox? never ever heard of droplr even my friends who send me tons of screenshots dont know what droplr is.

He means Droplr, thats why one of the alternatives he put in the list is Dropbox, you just had to read the article.

And yes, Dropbox works very well you just prt scrn and it goes to the cloud and you share it away.
 

Kibaruk

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I've never needed more than the snipping tool that comes with Windows.

Although is true, the snipping tool is great, it's not very powerful as in the option to share it easily without having to actually do the uploading and sharing part yourself but, as the topic says, alternative to sharing solutions the snipping tool is not the best option.
Dropbox on the other hand (that is the solution I use, so there could be better) you just need to take a screenshot by pressing the prt scrn button in the keyboard (or alt+prt for just the window) and automaticly takes a screenshot and uploads it to your private cloud, from which you can share a link that can be seen by users who don't necesarily have to have a dropbox account, sharing without a hassle.
 
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Raoul Duke

Wow, had no idea all this existed. To create the image I just use PrtScn, paste into Paint, crop as necessary, saves in any picture format you need (jpeg, png etc). Paint will also let you 'wipe out' sensitive things easily
 
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Guest

http://shotty.devs-on.net/en/Overview.aspx

A very simple, yet powerful screenshot application. It can capture Aero transparency, shadow, and pretty much everything in between. Best part, it's free! I use it all the time when it come to making preview for the themes I make for Windows 8+
 

RenGood08

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Ahh...I used Gadwin PrintScreen at a previous job for making up tip sheets. Then this new job I'm at they didn't have anything for Windows. I did a little research for the Mac I work with. (Company is 60% Window users and 40% Mac users. So had to learn Macs!) Then I found out about the Snipping Tool in Windows that I had no clue existed! It works great for making tip sheets. I've made a few with it. (I like making Tip Sheets lol!)