PicPick is a free for personal use (and commercial) screen capturing tool for Microsoft Windows devices that supports a wide variety of features and replaced SnagIt on my systems. Finding the right screenshot tool can be a time-consuming task; the sheer number of programs available for Windows (and other operating systems) means that you may spend days testing different tools to find the most suitable candidate for the job. From using built-in Windows tools like the Snippet Tool over free excellent solutions like Screenshot Captor to commercial programs like SnagIt. Check out our overview of screenshot tools for Windows for additional options.
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PicPick is a free to use if you use it in a home environment. The free version offers the same functionality as the commercial version and the only noticeable difference between the two versions is the occasional request to buy the program.
As far as core features are concerned, there are plenty: you can use the program to take various kinds of screen captures and use the built-in image editor to edit screenshots before you save them to the local system or use sharing options.
The screen capturing options offer anything you might need and then some. You can do fullscreen or active window screen captures as well as region, freehand, scrolling window and several other types of captures the program supports.
The program maps keyboard keys to the main operations but you may use the system tray menu as well for that if you prefer to use the mouse.
I take program window screenshots mostly, and Alt-Print does that when the program runs in the background.
PicPick opens the image editor by default after you capture something on the screen. You can modify the behavior, so that screen captures are copied to the Clipboard, saved locally, or even transferred to remote locations instead by default.
The built-in image editor offers an impressive range of features. It is tab-driven so that multiple captures can be open at at the same time in the interface.
The functions that I use the most are text, shapes (arrow) and blur, but there are plenty of others.
Here is a short list of useful tools that the image editor supports:
- Add text (define font, size, color, and other formatting options).
- Add shapes such as arrows, boxes, or highlighted areas.
- Select any part of the image and use blur, pixelate, sharpen, or copy operations.
- Add effects to the image, or resize / rotate it.
- Use the built-in color picker.
- Freehand drawing.
- Change program hotkeys.
- Change default file name of screenshots and the default file format (png). PicPick supports Bitmaps, JPEG, and GIF images as well.
- Enable auto-saved functionality.
- Setup up an external program for use with the share functionality.
- Select the default action after you capture a screenshot.
- Add FTP Server.
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1. Windows 10 All Edition.
2. Windows 8.1 All Edition.
3. Windows 8 All Edition.
4. Windows 7 All Edition.
5. Windows Vista All Edition.
6. Windows XP
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