WinSnap 5.0.5 for Windows

by NTWind Software

Avg. Rating 2.9 (343 votes)

File Details

File Size 3.3 MB
License Shareware, $24.90
Operating System Windows (All)
Date Added
Total Downloads 13,627
Publisher NTWind Software
Homepage WinSnap

Publisher's Description

WinSnap is a small enhancement 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 it supports variety of image formats and provides advanced auto-save options.

Latest Reviews

jacobjackson

jacobjackson reviewed v4.0.8 on Aug 24, 2013

winsnap is good

NyaR

NyaR reviewed v4.0.8 on Jun 18, 2013

This is a great software, I have been using it for over a year. Although it lacks some features of pickpick, which is NOT freeware, it makes up for it in speed. Advanced editing should be done in advanced editing apps, anyway. This app is great for capturing screenshots and stylizing them so they are ready to go.

shantanu

shantanu reviewed v4.0.1 on Jan 25, 2012

PicPick (http://www.picpick.org/) is really better than this; and not just because PicPick is freeware for home users; the post capture tools are just "not there yet"

Another alternative is Greenshot (http://getgreenshot.org/)

My choice; PicPick ... use it all the time, very effective!

gmartau

gmartau reviewed v3.1.2 on Sep 23, 2009

Make a nice screenshot in seconds. Very useful for screenshots made for web pages.

dhry

dhry reviewed v3.1.2 on Sep 23, 2009

And while you're at it, sift through THIS.

{pauses}

During your sifting, please also remember to make a comment about the actual program in your review, yes? Anyway. Whahey - v3.1.2's out! Last free version yeah boyee.

Zero-Point

Zero-Point reviewed v3.1.1 on Aug 18, 2009

Are you seriously going to post a review to restate that you are furthering your own recommendation for each version? That seems very sad and petty.

Now we have to sift through all of your frivolous reviews.

dhry

dhry reviewed v3.0.9 on Jun 19, 2009

Oops. 3.0.9's out. Time to recommend getting the last free version again. *8-)

dhry

dhry reviewed v3.0.4 on Feb 24, 2009

Fourthing my own original recommendation to avoid this version and get the last free one *8-)

cmotdibbler

cmotdibbler reviewed v3.0.1 Beta on Dec 16, 2008

Thirding the recommendation for the last free version (1.1.10) which does plenty.

dhry

dhry reviewed v2.1.3 on May 12, 2008

Seconding the recommendation of using the 1.1.10 last free version. Either that or the last free version of Faststone Capture (which is what I use, since it allows you to draw eg. red circles on screenshots when showing people what to click or what to look at in that screenshot, etc)

Avg. Rating 2.9 (343 votes)
Your Rating
jacobjackson

jacobjackson reviewed v4.0.8 on Aug 24, 2013

winsnap is good

NyaR

NyaR reviewed v4.0.8 on Jun 18, 2013

This is a great software, I have been using it for over a year. Although it lacks some features of pickpick, which is NOT freeware, it makes up for it in speed. Advanced editing should be done in advanced editing apps, anyway. This app is great for capturing screenshots and stylizing them so they are ready to go.

shantanu

shantanu reviewed v4.0.1 on Jan 25, 2012

PicPick (http://www.picpick.org/) is really better than this; and not just because PicPick is freeware for home users; the post capture tools are just "not there yet"

Another alternative is Greenshot (http://getgreenshot.org/)

My choice; PicPick ... use it all the time, very effective!

gmartau

gmartau reviewed v3.1.2 on Sep 23, 2009

Make a nice screenshot in seconds. Very useful for screenshots made for web pages.

dhry

dhry reviewed v3.1.2 on Sep 23, 2009

And while you're at it, sift through THIS.

{pauses}

During your sifting, please also remember to make a comment about the actual program in your review, yes? Anyway. Whahey - v3.1.2's out! Last free version yeah boyee.

Zero-Point

Zero-Point reviewed v3.1.1 on Aug 18, 2009

Are you seriously going to post a review to restate that you are furthering your own recommendation for each version? That seems very sad and petty.

Now we have to sift through all of your frivolous reviews.

dhry

dhry reviewed v3.0.9 on Jun 19, 2009

Oops. 3.0.9's out. Time to recommend getting the last free version again. *8-)

dhry

dhry reviewed v3.0.4 on Feb 24, 2009

Fourthing my own original recommendation to avoid this version and get the last free one *8-)

cmotdibbler

cmotdibbler reviewed v3.0.1 Beta on Dec 16, 2008

Thirding the recommendation for the last free version (1.1.10) which does plenty.

dhry

dhry reviewed v2.1.3 on May 12, 2008

Seconding the recommendation of using the 1.1.10 last free version. Either that or the last free version of Faststone Capture (which is what I use, since it allows you to draw eg. red circles on screenshots when showing people what to click or what to look at in that screenshot, etc)

2ears

2ears reviewed v2.1.1 on Mar 19, 2008

File not free, it offers a very smooth workflow and, most of all, correctly capture alpha blending and thus produce true alpha blended png files without any background, contrary to all current freewares in that area.
Beside thta, it is perfectly portable on an USB key.

guti

guti reviewed v2.0.8 on Aug 7, 2007

Finally with a native x64 version.
Excellent!

dhry

dhry reviewed v2.0.6 on May 1, 2007

Excellent program, but the fact that it's not free anymore dropped my rating of it. Look around and see if you can find v1.1.10 - it was the last free-but-fully-functional version and is pretty cool.

bufftbone

bufftbone reviewed v2.0.6 on May 1, 2007

A for effort!

bobad

bobad reviewed v2.0.5 on Apr 4, 2007

Nice little capture program. Has just the right features, and is very intuitive to use. Captures some alpha blended graphical entities that others will not, such as Rocket Dock and ClockX. However, the nags and watermark totally ruin it. Just FYI, the last free version of WinSnap is still fine. Ver 1.1.10 is free, has no nags, and is only 141K. It runs as a single file on your USB flash drive. Look it up!

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