Screenshots made easy

runs on Windows
screenshot of Screenpresso

Screenshots are one of the best ways to document what you see and do online or with desktop applications. You can tell somebody about that interesting picture, or you can try to capture that funny error message, but saving off a copy of what's really there doesn't leave anything to doubt. While you can do some rudimentary saves with the PrintScreen key, there are tools out there that can help you do a better job.

Screenpresso is one such tool. You can grab the whole screen, a specific window, or even a particular region of your display, depending on what you need. It's also got a built-in editor, so you can make minor tweaks—like maybe blur out your password—to what you've captured. It also saves a history of your screenshots, so you don't have to worry about saving image files all over the place. You can drag images from the history pane into emails, once again saving you from having to dig around on your local filesystem to get at your handiwork. It's easy to share your images via Twitter and Facebook, too.

Screenpresso is a free download and runs under Windows.

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One Response to “Screenshots made easy”

  1. Shira says:

    I just downloaded a mandatory update and it screwed up my whole system. When will the bugs be out?