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Full user review
"Free, Fast & Fabulous."
Creating a screenshot of a menu, or whatever is going on on your screen, is a breeze. The built-in editor is great, not sophisticated but with plenty of tools to get by an do simple and fast tasks with a great end result.
Warning: Installation of PicPick comes with a Ask.com installation dialog during installation procedure. Don't want anything from Ask.com installed? (Who does?) Than be sure not to click on 'Next' too early...
The PicPick editor comes with the so called Ribbon Interface. I love the Ribbon Interface and I'm glad the latest versions of PicPick has it now. It also uses tabs for dealing with multiple screenshots. I also love using tabs. :-)
Options dialog of PicPick comes with plenty of stuff to set PicPick up to your needs. For me, I needed to adjust some of the the default keyboard shortcuts to avoid PicPick's color chooser from popping up whenever I play a certain game that uses the same shortcut.
The graphic's editor is a breeze to use. It's nothing like a real professional editor, it's meant to be simple, straightforward and fast and it delivers in all those area's.
You can 'send' a taken screenshot to other installed programs on your PC (MS Word, MS Excel, MS Powerpoint or a program of your own choosing).
You can also share your pictures to different (on-line) media (ImageShack, Facebook, Twitter, FTP server and Outlook), immediately via PicPick.
And, of course, you can choose to take a screenshot from the whole screen, part of the screen, part of a Window, etc., etc.
To sum it up: I'm a huge fan of PicPick. :-)