Thursday, 24 September 2015

Capture, record and share your ideas with Microsoft’s Snip

Microsoft’s Garage division has released Snip, a simple tool for capturing, annotating and sharing screenshots. There are plenty of similar tools around, and Snip doesn’t begin to compete with the best of breed freeware, but it still has a few features you might find very interesting. The program is very easy to use. An auto-hiding toolbar lives at the top of the screen, and has three main buttons: one to capture your screen, another takes a webcam photo, the third displays a blank whiteboard. Screen capture types are very limited. There’s no scrolling windows or anything else advanced, just options… [Continue Reading]

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