ScreenShot does exactly what its name suggests; it takes screenshots of whatever's in view and turns them into JPEG images. Aside from its drab interface, our computer was sluggish while the program was active.
It seems that not a lot of time and energy was spent on the program's user interface. Once accessed, a small window appears on your desktop that haphazardly displays instructions, the most recent screenshot, and a cluster of buttons for editing the image. You can crop the screenshot, but the crop tool is awkward. Like any other crop tool, you have to drag the … Read more