The first thing you have to do is specify the output destination and name for the captured image.The
file name will automatically have a number appended, in case you take
multiple snapshots and do not want to waste you type in naming each and
every image.So, you can capture the entire screen (similar to
the "Printscreen" key on your keyboard), active window or selection. All
you have to do is press the "Capture" button and then you can instanly
view results.As expected, Capture-A-ScreenShot takes up a very
small amount of system CPU and memory. There is no help file available,
but that's because the tool is incredibly simple to use. We haven't come
across any technical problems during our tests. However,
Capture-A-ScreenShot lacks some very important functions.For
example, you cannot use keyboard shortcuts, minimize the tool to system
tray, set it to automatically open the output directory or the snapshots
after capturing them, and so on. But if you are a user who prefers a
straightforward application, then perhaps Capture-A-ScreenShot is a good
fit for you.
Microsoft GIF Animator is a historical computer software program for Microsoft Windows to create simple animated GIF files based on the GIF89a file format. Animations can be looped, spun, and faded in and out; users can set the size and transparency of images. Automatic and custom palette creation are supported.
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