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Testimonials: What Folks Say About Us
[Screenshot Captor] is a superb little tool that competes with the commercial screen-grabbing tools on the market. Definitely one of the best free screen-grabbing tools available
There are many good application and file launchers around but Find and Run Robot (or FARR) is definitely one of the coolest that I have found.. Overall, FARR is a fantastic application and file launcher for both computer beginners and experts. Moreover, there are a huge number of open-source plugins that you can download to extend the functionality of this program. If you are looking for a super application and file launcher that gives you more control without compromising Windows system performance, FARR is your best bet.
Screenshot Captor is an advanced screenshot capture tool which defies the old way of taking screenshots of your computer. Overall, Screenshot Captor is one of the most advanced and innovative tool to capture screenshots that I've found. The ability to automatically saved screenshots with predefined settings is really a time saver. Try it today!
If you've been keeping up with my website for a while, then you'll know that I'm always looking at different software for taking screenshots. I constantly take screenshots for my blog... but it is all made easier with a neat little program that I recently found out about called Screenshot Captor.. Screenshot Captor is from the website Donation Coder, and if you haven't heard of that site, it has a lot of great freeware.. Personally, I turned the popup off, and just allowed it to continue taking screenshots and saving them. The great thing about that is that I can easily take multiple screenshots and edit them at the same time later.. Honestly, there are so many different options that I won't be able to cover in this post. You'll just have to try it out for yourself. This is by far my favorite Screenshot taking application that I have used so far. It makes me want to take more screenshots!
Donation Coder is working some of their programmers to the bone lately with all of the apps that are being developed! Just a month ago they released a dozen or so free programs, and this time around there are 16 new ones. Here are a few of them that really peaked my interest.
The other day we wrote about a nifty Yahoo widget called Informer that's an extremely customizable toolbar. One of the commenters, "Change", was wondering whether there's a way to reserve the screen space associated with toolbar like Informer so that other applications won't cover it up.. I spent a few minutes searching on the Internet before coming up with the free DesktopCoral.. I have to admit that this is quite a clever concept, and there are a variety of reasons where it could be useful.
1st Place: DonationCoder
If learning about new software is as intriguing to you as it is to me then you'll surely want to checkout the DoncationCoder forums. With 155,000+ members it's a place any software lover will want to call home. I've found some great freeware apps thanks to this forum, and you'll be amazed at how much the community is willing to help you out. I've even seen some people write up quick programs just to help another member.
After browsing through all of the apps I have to say that there are a few that could actually prove to be useful. Here are the ones that we really like, and I'll tell you my favorite at the end of the article.. And I'll save what I consider to be the best for last. It's called JustCloseSomeTasks, and it's designed to monitor how often you're using the programs you currently have open. With a quick press of a hotkey you can see all applications that have been inactive for a specified period of time, and in a few clicks you can close them all. This is a great tool for anyone who finds themselves overwhelmed with the number of windows they have open. Congrats to DonationCoder for another successful NANY challenge, and a big thanks to all of the developers who took the time out of their busy lives to make contributions! You can checkout all 35 of the entries here.