Snipping Tool++ 6.3.2      

Size:  2.19MB

License:   FREE

Publisher:  Publisher | Listed Programs

Release Date:   2015-01-28  | Changelog

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OS:  Windows XP/Vista/7/8 (32-Bit/64-Bit)

Downloads:   5228

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Software Product Description

Snipping Tool++ is a handy application for copying part of your screen and uploading it to the cloud. The application lets you achieve this in three simple steps: press a hotkey, select the desired region and upload to Imgur.

The program is preset to us the CTRL+SHIFT+1 hotkey, although you may also use the Print Screen button if you are already using this combination for something else. Once you have selected the region you want, press Enter to upload it, and the program will automatically copy its link to the Clipboard. However, this does not mean you have no control over what you upload.

Your screenshots or snippets are automatically sent to the built-in Image Editor, which lets you block or blur sections you do not want to upload, draw lines and add text.

Snipping Tool++ also allows you to upload a whole album using its Multi-Image Uploader feature, and it will generate links to the images in seconds. You can also make uploads via FTP.

The program saves backups of the snippets you upload on your computer. You may even save a snippet locally without uploading it to the cloud. The Capture Viewer feature lets you browse snippets you have uploaded or saved locally and gives you the option to delete from Imgur, re-upload or send to Image Editor.

You can customize the way you want Snipping Tool++ to function. For example, you can choose to enable or disable the Image Editor and change data directories.

You may also use the Snipping Tool++ client to download your anonymous upload history in two simple steps irrespective of the computer you are using.

Requires Java Runtime Environment (JRE) 1.7 or above. Get It Here.

What's New in version 6.3.2:

  • Fixed an issue where CPU usage would rise really high for those running Java 7.