Gadwin PrintScreen is a useful utility that broadens the functional horizons of the built-in Print Screen option. It can be accessed both through the desktop and tray icons.
The program's intuitive interface makes it a breeze to capture images. The software features four main menu sections – Preferences, Source, Destination and Image that offer various settings. Besides many standard options like determining captured area and destination, there are some original ones that make the work with the program more convenient. For instance, you can select a new hot key button or combination instead of the usual Print Screen button. Then, you can initially delay the capture up to 60 seconds. While capturing an image, you can set the mouse cursor stay visible or hide it.
It also seems comfortable that the software possesses a comparatively wide range of image-editing options. Before finalizing the capture of an image, you can resize it, convert it to grayscale and add a shadow or a stamp to it. The image can then be saved in *bmp, *jpg, *gif, *png or *tif formats.
What’s more, the chosen settings can be viewed easily if you move the cursor onto the tray icon.
Overall, Gadwin PrintScreen provides several helpful extra tools to make image capture more proficient.