I use both my Macbook and Windows PC to write blog posts. Occasionally I need to insert a screen capture of the website I am blogging about. This would be easy and cool in Mac Os especially when it comes to capturing a portion of the your laptop screen in focus that you want to highlight.
Here are the two simple commands I need to use when I need to do a screen capture in Mac Os:
If I want to capture a screenshot of the entire screen, and save it as a PNG file on the desktop - I use: Command-Shift-3
If I want to capture a portion of the screen that I am interested in and save it as a file on the desktop, I use: Command-Shift-4, then select an area of the screen that I am interested in.
But for Windows PC, it is difficult to do unless you crop the picture after you capture it.
But with Digeus' SnapIt Screen Capture, I can do this as I have been doing using my MacBook.
SnapIt is a user-friendly software that you can pick up and learn within minutes. With that, I can take "snapshots" of anything, anywhere on the screen, as exactly as I need, with a click.
Some of the features of SnapIt include:
- Supports hotkeys, auto-saving, clipboard
- Automatically copies screenshots to the clipboard
- Tracks capture history, auto-saves captured images
- Saves files in BMP, GIF, JPEG, PNG and TIFF formats
- Auto-names captured images
Learn more what is included in SnapIt Screen Capture 3.7:
Digeus offers a full version giveaway for anyone who write a review in any blog/forum/twitter/facebook, etc on SnapIt Screen Capture. Once you have done with your review, send a link to your post to Julia Taylor of Digeus at firstname.lastname@example.org. She will issue a registration code for the software.
Note: This is a sponsored blog post in that I received a free registration code for this software review.