kjClipper allows users to easily select portions of images for editing. Although the program works, users who are already familiar with other programs that perform similar tasks will be frustrated by the its interface and lack of features.
The program's interface isn't awful, but it definitely lacks polish. We found ourselves relying heavily on the tool tips to figure out what the buttons in the toolbar did. Although some of the buttons' icons will look familiar to users of other image-editing programs, many were puzzling. We were annoyed that some buttons were located off to the right of the screen, needlessly separated from the rest of the program's functions. As for features, we understand that kjClipper is a specialized program meant to help users clip certain elements from images; therefore we cannot fault it for being short on features. What we can fault it for is that the program does not perform this specialized function any better than other image-editing software we've used. The program does contain other basic image-editing features, which work fine, but there's nothing exceptional here. Although the program generally ran without issues, it did crash at one point during testing. The program's built-in Help file does an adequate job of explaining the program's features.
kjClipper has a 21-day trial period. It installs and uninstalls without issues. We do not particularly recommend this program; there are many other more robust programs with more-powerful selection tools.