WinSnap provides a simple method for getting screen captures. In addition, it offers helpful features, though some prove more useful than others.
We skipped the program's basic dictionary-style Help file for a few seconds of experimentation because the interface was intuitively laid out with a minimum of commands. The program provided us with a variety of screenshot options ranging from full screen, single application, window, or a specific object. Utilizing the click-and-point style, all our images were instantly captured and were perfect representations of the various options. The entire process from image selection to saving the new shot took only a few seconds, which we felt will be a huge benefit to frequent screenshot takers. We were impressed by one particular feature, the basic watermark-making wizard, but were left feeling flat by the pointless features that add reflections and borders to our screenshots. Regardless, we were still pleased with the speed and ease of this program and envisioned novice and expert screenshot makers utilizing this tool.
WinSnap comes with a 30-day trial and leaves a watermark on images. With a screen capture option that will appeal to all skill levels, we highly recommend this program.