WinSnap 3.1.0

WinSnap is a small but powerful utility for taking and editing screenshots. It can easily capture windows of non-rectangular form with the background of your choice, automatically perform simple canvas transformations and coloring effects, add professional smoothing shadows in Photoshop style and more. Also, WinSnap supports variety of image formats and provides advanced auto-save features.

Windows 7 Taskbar (Superbar): There is no quick launch in Windows 7 by default, but you can drag WinSnap shortcut to the taskbar and get advantage of the new Superbar features.


Right-click the taskbar icon and get instant access to the main screen capture tasks:

For more information, see WinSnap - Screen Capture For Windows 7.

Object / Multi-Object capture mode: Fixed a few minor issues + added ability to capture fly-out menus of Office 2007 applications (Word, Excel, Powerpoint and other)

Hold down the CTRL key or use the middle mouse button to select multiple menus and objects:

Full changelog for WinSnap v3.1.0:

  • WinSnap now officially supports the upcoming Windows 7 (32-bit and 64-bit)
  • Windows 7: Added task list (jump list) to the WinSnap icon on the taskbar
  • Added ability to capture complex menus of Office 2007 applications (Object mode)
  • Several improvements to the WinSnap installer (graphics, icons, etc)
  • Fixed an issue with keyboard shortcuts (Esc and other) in the Object mode
  • Some other minor improvements and bug fixes

News source: Official website
Screenshots: >> Click here <<
Download: WinSnap (32-bit, 64-bit, portable, U3) - Shareware

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It is a good software but dang I am not gonna pay for a screen capture software when there are some top notch freeware ones out there.