A no-frills program for saving a copy of what's displayed on a computer screen, this software is nonetheless easier to use than the ordinary Print Screen button. The program captures screenshots of either the entire screen or a specific rectangular area, but our tests failed to save images of a full-screen game. The software offers few editing options and no annotation tools. It features three components: the capture tool, an image repository, and a file explorer. These components make it fairly easy to manage multiple shots, but we would have preferred a unified shell, rather than separate components. With its limited capabilities, it is likely to be enough for casual computer users, but professionals will be better served by a more full-featured tool.