A $30 Screen Capture And Image Editor Tool That's Free For Personal Use

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PickPickBeing able to capture some or all of your screen is useful. An image editor program is also useful for editing photos and screen captures. A rather neat program called PicPick is very handy as it's 2 programs in one. It works as a really good screen grabber, and it also has a built-in image editor too.

Plus, it can do things that many other screen grab tools can't, such as capturing scrolling web pages, and capturing freehand-drawn irregular areas of the screen.

PicPick is paid software and costs around $30 for business users, but it's actually free for personal use. If that's you, grab a real bargain from http://ngwin.com/picpick/download?lang=en

 

 

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PicPick has been my go-to tool for screen captures, editing and image conversions since first reading about it at Gizmo's (then known as Tech Support Alert) well over a decade ago (I use the portable version). A bit of creativeness allows capturing an image larger than the screen with just a little extra effort. Five stars.

PicPick is a good product but I'm staying with [edited] as the latter is less encumbered and very easy to use.

{moderator's note: commercial software edited out.}

I have been using PicPick for several years and it's marvelous. Very user friendly and convenient to use.

The only problem I've had is with scrolling capture, which I use often to save large sections of web pages as graphics. many times, the page begins to scroll and then stops. I've also noticed different behavior with different browsers. On the other hand, I've found that scrolling capture in ShareX (listed here recently as well) works a treat. So far it hasn't failed me on any web page or any browser. Unfortunately, I don't find ShareX nearly as convenient to use as PicPick. It doesn't have an editor and I find saving captured files to be non-intuitive and a bit of a nuisance.

Thanks. Use this kind of app a lot. Been happy with old DuckLink Screen Capture but lack freehand & development. Always open to new ones.