EasyCapture – Finally found the best ‘Screen Shot’ Freeware

Sat, Oct 25, 2008

Freeware, Windows

So, since I first used one of the best paid versions of ScreenShot software called Fullshot, I have been waiting and looking to see if anyone has anything close to it. Well, I think I have finally found it, and it’s called Easy Capture.

One of the features I loved about FullShot, was the built-in buttons the placed in title bar of every single page that you were viewing. EasyCapture doesn’t quite have this yet, but it has simple ‘Hot Key’s’ and a simple right-click option with the icon in the system tray, to capture:

  • Capture full screen, active window.
  • Capture windows, buttons, toolbar, controls and other windows objects.
  • Capture selected region.
  • Capture scrolling windows and entire web pages.
  • Capture fix-size region.

    Easy Capture

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    12 Responses to “EasyCapture – Finally found the best ‘Screen Shot’ Freeware”

    1. TechnoSavage Says:

      Cool software dude…Needed it for a long time..checking it out ;)

    2. Madhur Kapoor Says:

      Looks nice buddy. Will give it a shot

    3. venkat Says:

      Looking like nice screen capturing program, calouts also available,Faststone capture is also a freeware works well like Easycapture.Thanks Tim.

    4. The Windows Fix Says:

      Originally Posted By venkatLooking like nice screen capturing program, calouts also available,Faststone capture is also a freeware works well like Easycapture.Thanks Tim.

      Not freeware there.

    5. Techsoftware Says:

      Thanks for sharing th freeware.

    6. aroel Says:

      Cool software, can’t wait to see your newest ones

    7. Shower Tray Says:

      Am I missing something or can you not just press Print Screen key and paste it into MS Paint?

    8. WeightLoss Coach Says:

      Nice tool, I think it will let me do imaging for my products easier. Sometimes when trying to screen capture one of the products in a screen, i always needed to cut or crop.

      Thanks for sharing this tool info.

    9. Douglas Says:

      Originally Posted By Shower TrayAm I missing something or can you not just press Print Screen key and paste it into MS Paint?

      You totally can. But you need to process in Paint before you can take another screenshot -> a big pain in the ass if you want to take a bunch of screenies.

    10. SNSFOX.com | Laptops | Computers | Desktops | Gadgets Says:

      Im using CamStudio, you may want to try it also. Although the one that you have mentioned seems to have more features. But personally i want CamStudio because of its high quality recording

    11. Win7 Says:

      Nice freeware,I am using snagit now.Will test if it works under windows 7,and will let you know soon.
      Thanks.

    12. Paul Voth Says:

      This is a cool app. :)
      I think I might start using it. Only problem I’m having so far is, getting it to run on Windows 7 64bit.

      I’m actually working on a review of another screencap freeware program for my blog.
      However it is lacking the customizability of EasyCapture and one (for me) important feature: capturing a whole web page. Even if you can’t see it all at once without scrolling.
      That will come in very handy at work.
      So thanks a lot for this recommendation. Gonna tweet this one. :)