SnagIMG 2.4.0      

Size:  278.5KB

License:   FREE

Publisher:  Publisher | Listed Programs

Release Date:   2010-06-09

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OS:  Windows XP/Vista/7

Downloads:   6412

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Software Product Description

SnagIMG is a printscreen (PrtScr) utility that increases your options when taking a screenshot using the PrintScreen hotkey. When you press PrtScr or ALT+PrtScr on your keyboard you are presented with a selection of choices of what to do with the screenshot you just took. The choices available include, edit, view, upload and save. SnagIMG sits in your system tray and can be disabled at any time by right clicking the icon.


  • PrtScr - Screenshot the full screen
  • ALT+PrtScr - Screenshot the active window


  • Screenshot full screen
  • Screenshot active window
  • 1 click open in image editor of your choice
  • 1 click upload to ImageShack
  • Upload history that remembers all the URLS to screenshots you've uploaded
  • Start on windows startup
  • Supports png, jpg, gif and bmp
  • Viewer to view and edit your screenshots in
  • Crop tool
  • Blur tool
  • Rotate tool

Requires: Microsoft .NET Framework 2.0.


"BE CAREFUL !!!!!!!!"

Reviewer: -Stephen F.

Review Date: 2009-02-27

Pros: None

Cons: None

Other Thoughts: I found SnagIMG to be very easy-to-use and it got the job done very well for me. BUT, I used SnagIMG for about an 1 - 1.5 hours to take screen shots of a certain installation. I would press [PrtScreen] and then "edit" in SnagIMG to look at the shot in Paint, then "Save As" in Paint. I made about 35 .JPG screen shots. Then came the time to re-boot to finish up my install, and then I went to find my .JPGs labelled 1.jpg thru 35.jpg, but they had disappeared!!! Evidently, they were saved to: C:Docs &
SettingsUserLocalAppsSnagIMGtemp (in short-hand), and when I closed the SnagIMG program these .JPGs got deleted. So, I lost 1.5 hours of work and 35 screen shots,plus, I have to do the install all over again. They are not in the Recycle Bin, either. Somehow Paint saved the files in the SnagIMG "Temp" folder, and maybe the author could change the program to either make a "setting" for the default dir (I know it works if I click "Save" on the SnagIMG pop-up menu) for the "Edit"
button method -or- could store the .JPGs elsewhere where they wouldn't
disappear after SnagIMG termination? I don't know if this method could be programmed -- but, point is, don't let this deletion and loss of JPGs happen to you!! Do this, instead: Hit [PrntScreen] then hit "Save" on the
SnagIMG menu and give the image a name and you'll be OK.


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