WinSnap Feature Highlights
WinSnap enhances the power of your PrintScreen key. It makes your screenshots look more professional and your work even easier.
Learn more about new WinSnap v2.0 features:
- Aero Glass capture with shadows and transparencies
- What is image transparency and alpha-channel
- How to capture multiple windows on the screen
- Work faster with configurable External Tools
Non-rectangular shapes and rounded corners
If you have ever attempted to make a screenshot of a non-rectangular window with PrintScreen, you will understand the difficulty:
WinSnap can easily take screenshots of non-rectangular and transparent windows and add real smoothing drop shadow effects on-the-fly.
Unique 'Application' capture mode
WinSnap can enumerate and capture all visible windows in the foreground application and combine them into one screenshot. All void space between separate windows can be automatically filled with the background of your choice.
This is very useful when you want to visualize hierarchical settings in a tutorial.
Using WinSnap, you can define just a portion of the screen to capture. This is a good way to show a particular part of a website you have found on the Internet.
You can quickly add your signature to the captured snapshots, so everyone will know that it is your image.
Thumbnails and scale option
With WinSnap, you can easily create small thumbnails and automatically resize images to fit the fixed size of your pages.
Pulldown menus for tutorials
WinSnap can easily capture complex application pulldown menus in order to show a user which menu item to select when performing certain actions.
WinSnap can also be used to add certain effects to web graphics. This is another small way to improve your pictures and photos.
WinSnap has a great number of features. For an image editing program, it only takes a small amount of system resources. And it is only one 100kb application – which is smaller than Paint:
If you have not downloaded WinSnap yet, you can start here.