Most people don’t think a lot about taking screenshots. It’s a nice way to capture an error message to have someone look at, or take a picture of a piece of software as its running. However, there are some people that use this feature a lot, so much that simply hitting the print screen button isn’t enough. For those people, there’s Screenshot Captor.
This piece of freeware lets you take control of your screenshots. There are a variety of capture modes, which allow you to select exactly what you grab. You can capture multiple monitors, specific objects, and even capture while scrolling through a window. Once you’ve got your screenshot, you can then make small edits, like blurring out sensitive information, adding in clipart (like arrows, and boxes), adding watermarks and plenty more. It saves you the trouble of having to save the screenshot, and then open up photo editing software. If you take more than a couple screenshots a day, this is definitely worth downloading.