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Mitch K I picked up this program last time it was offered on BitsDuJour. All I can say is, "I love this program". It is reasonably priced and makes my life easier. Definitely a great way to make the your computer's "PrintScreen" functionality work the way you want it to.
Oct 9 2008 at 4:01am Copy Link
Barry Kintner Does this screen capture software support 'scrolling' capture (or the capture of the entire page, including the area below the first screen?
May 13 2009 at 10:26pm Copy Link
STE Fan Please, is this offer for version 3 ?

For which versions is this discount license? Also for the next versions?

And is this license also valid to use the portable version?

Thanks for an answer.
May 14 2009 at 4:46am Copy Link
Alexander Avdonin The discount is on WinSnap Personal License ($24.90 value) which includes FREE upgrades to all future versions of WinSnap. So, yes, this offer is for version 3.0 and for the next versions too.

You can choose any edition according to your needs:
* WinSnap 32-Bit Edition (standard, for all OS)
* WinSnap 64-Bit Edition (for XP/Vista x64)
* WinSnap Portable Edition (run from USB drives)
* WinSnap U3 Edition (portable, for U3 drives only)

NTWind Software - May 14 2009 at 5:10am Copy Link
Alexander Avdonin 2 Barry Kintner

No, the current version of WinSnap does not support 'scrolling' capture. It is designed to capture visible windows & objects (Vista UI, multiple application windows, buttons and dialogs).
NTWind Software - May 14 2009 at 5:25am Copy Link
Steven Avery Hi Folks,

WinSnap has always been a very fine program. Some more expensive screen capture programs are super-sophisticated, a bit on the complex side, some even have an text grabbing component (a special feature which itself has more than one method possible). Some are super-simple, like Purrint.

WinSnap has been one of my fav toward the simpler end, and this discount is enuf to play with it the next few days and if still has a nice feel, taket the Bits Du Jour special.. Especially with a lifetime license. ("All future versions").

Especially now that I am comfortable with Notezilla or Stickies as an annotation" method. (You create the sticky before you take the picture and make it any size and color and place on the screen. In a sense this is far simpler than the picture program adding the feature. This is a note for the WinSnap author, since the question comes up on his forum. Oh, good point, WinSnap has a true forum for support, questions, enhancements, always a big plus.

I tried Jing for the "quick save to the cloud" screen capture for awhile, and found it reasonably good. (Nice for when you want to place a link on a forum in one-step.. less good for your own indexing and remembering.)

Something similar, a cloud interface, would be good for a future WinSnap release. I think the problem is that WinSnap has to make a connection with a vendor, and cloud vendors are not the most stable and reliable creatures of the sky.

May 18 2009 at 1:20am Copy Link
Alexander Avdonin 2 Steven Avery

Thanks a lot for your comments here!

I'm not sure if I'll be able to maintain an image hosting service in the near future. But there is a way to add "Upload to Flickr" or "Upload to" commands to the Tools menu:
NTWind Software - May 18 2009 at 11:56am Copy Link
Frank Stephens I also agree that WinSnap is very high-quality for what it does. NTWind does an excellent job of producing high-quality products, and keeping them up-to-date, especially on Vista, where many utilities fail to function properly. I also particularly like another one of their products, WindowSpace.

Those with NVidia graphics cards should note that NVidia only cares about 3D gaming, and fails in other areas, especially basic 2D support. I had to downgrade from the Vista GeForce 185.85 driver to 182.50 because the multi-monitor support was completely broken. You may have problems capturing some DirectX screens, but that's a problem with NVidia's drivers, no other screen capture utility will do any better. If Object capture doesn't function properly, your NVidia driver has flaked out (it does that a lot in many 2D areas), and you'll need to restart Vista.
May 19 2009 at 9:58am Copy Link
Barry Kintner Thank you for the reply on the scrolling feature - but no comment was made as to whether the 'scrolling' feature will be added.
May 20 2009 at 10:10pm Copy Link
Mitchel Haas I got this the last time it was offered on BDJ, and have always been very pleased with it. It does an excellent job, and provides the same features as similar utilities costing much more.
May 20 2009 at 11:45pm Copy Link
Steven Avery Hi Folks,

Thanks Alexander. Just went for the purchase.

A perfect example of where Bits Du Jour shines. A little-known yet fine software. Lots of worthy competitors, freeware, paid, donation and even its own "last freeware version". Might get lost in the shuffle, yet with the discount you rethink ..

So .. how can you pass by a $12 purchase for a lifetime license for a fine friendly, helpful, useful software ? Then you can give a little support to a small good programming company, you can ask lots of questions on the forums as an active user and you can give feedback and suggestions toward future enhancements.

Screen capture is funny, sometimes you may want lots of bells and whistles (the excellent Snagit, Hypersnap and others) and surely image annotation is a nice feature on some occasions, as are scrolling images and, when available, text capture. And more. Maybe in the long run you buy one of the big boys, and go through the learning curve, maybe not.

However .. simplicity, clarity, friendliness. Almost all the time that is all I ask. Quick print to the printer or a file or the cloud. Window or full-screen. Clean and crisp. Even Purrint is usually fine, to go to the ultra-simple (only full screen). WinSnap simply offers a very nice balance, it has always been a pleasure to use and I look forward to using more the NTWind software, pleased to be back, I'll look at the other software too.

Steven Avery
May 21 2009 at 4:08pm Copy Link
Frank Stephens Everything from NTWind gets my recommendation, the developer knows his stuff. WinSnap is simple but can capture things which other capture tools mess up on Vista and higher. It has some effects. For annotation, I recommend the free FastStone Image Viewer (Edit, Draw Board), it supports PNG transparency. You can also load the image back into WinSnap to add effects like reflection after annotation.
Nov 7 2009 at 7:04pm Copy Link
PhraseExpress Hi,

why does it not support/use the original Aero shadow?

Nov 9 2009 at 9:03pm Copy Link
Alexander Avdonin @ Michael
I plan to add this functionality to WinSnap 4 (as an option). The problem is that there is no way to capture the native Aero shadow when it is not fully visible on the screen (f.e. window is adjacent to the screen edge).
NTWind Software - Nov 9 2009 at 11:25pm Copy Link
Zsolt Bisztran And what about scrolling windows? It is important. (Not only vertical, but horizontal.)
Nov 11 2009 at 8:56pm Copy Link
Nov 11 2009 at 10:30pm Copy Link
Alexander Avdonin Yes, it comes with lifetime updates + you can install any edition you want to use (32-bit, 64-bit, portable).
NTWind Software - Nov 11 2009 at 10:54pm Copy Link
Alexander Avdonin "scrolling windows" - maybe... priority features for v4.0: annotations + image editing (crop, resize, fading effects, etc).
NTWind Software - Nov 11 2009 at 11:01pm Copy Link
Bob S This is a very nice tool, with a number of useful features. I plan to buy, but am concerned about one of the features.

I had selected "contour" and then deselected - unfortunately, when selecting a region the object shown in the display window has "rounded corners," which makes it very difficult to precisely locate the cross-hairs on the corners of the object. This doesn't seem to be correct, so I wonder how I get back to "square" regions showing, as opposed to the contour.
Nov 12 2009 at 2:21pm Copy Link
Alexander Avdonin @Bob
1) start the Region capture mode
2) right-click the screen to open the context menu
3) select "Rectangle" from the menu (it is the default region shape)
NTWind Software - Nov 12 2009 at 6:17pm Copy Link
Frank Stephens Excellent basic screen-capture tool with advanced support for Aero.  For annotation, you can use the free FastStone Image Viewer (Draw Board) or the commercial MicroInvention CrossGL SnapDraw (it can capture, too, but I had problems with SnapDraw and Aero).
May 18 2010 at 11:26am Copy Link
_*_ I currently use Snagit 9 and wondered how this compares?

I know Snagit 10 just released, but for the cost this may be a nice way to go.

Does it have anything like the Snagit Editor to manipulate the captures?

Thanks for any insight on this.
May 18 2010 at 12:35pm Copy Link
Ulrich I have ordered a license for WinSnap a couple of weeks ago, because I was sick of the lack of decent PNG transparency in SnagIt 9. I have lost track of how many times I had to edit images made with SnagIt, placing a white rectangle behind the captured PNG to undo transparency introduced at the wrong place, yet keeping the rounded corners of the window. With the WinSnap 3.5.1 beta, things just work as they should: I get a clean capture in PNG with an optional alpha-blended shadow and/or a cool looking reflection, like I always tried to achieve in SnagIt and was never able to. In version 10 it seems that it this finally done properly, but it is too late for me - I am not paying for yet another upgrade. I am a customer for 10 years, so this might give you an idea how much I actually liked WinSnap. It just does what I need, no bloat. (Page curl effect, I am looking at you.) WinSnap does not have its own capture editor, but Alexander's software allows me to send the capture to a real PNG editor like Fireworks, where I have all the tools I need to get the effect I want. So, while WinSnap does not have all the features of SnagIt, for me this is just a case of "less is better". You should definitely get the software and try it out.
May 18 2010 at 1:46pm Copy Link
Doug Atkinson Wasn't too sure about this offering at first. I use MWSnap quite regularly, but on Vista it seems to have some issues. One feature I use all the time is "Repeat Last Capture" along with Region selection; where you select a region, and snap a new picture each time the area in the region changes. I don't want to have to define a new region every time, and I'm not capturing a window or an object, but a selected area within a window. I thought you couldn't do it in the demo, but found a great tip in the NTWind forum: "You can store the region size and position in WinSnap (since version 2.x): 1) start the Region selection mode 2) select a region on the screen 3) right-click somewhere, check "Fixed size" and "Store position" 4) take the shot Next time you start the Region selection mode, press Enter\Space or use left-click to capture the same region. " Works great and you made a sale!
May 19 2010 at 3:54am Copy Link
A. Goyal I have used SnagIT for years and lately found a light weight freebie "Faststone Capture" that does a good job quickly and saves the captured file automatically. I love one feature - capture of scrolling window The paid version has extra features e.g. hide private info from the captured screen.
May 19 2010 at 4:11am Copy Link
Jim J. Can one add comments or notes to the captured imagine at location of choice?

Ability to insert arrows and other icons would also be nice.

Are the above features supported or planned?

May 19 2010 at 12:50pm Copy Link
DrTeeth Now up to version 3.5.7, v4 in development.

This util works brilliantly, excellent support materials on the site and from the author. It would be rude not to buy it at this price.

Oct 7 2011 at 12:21am Copy Link
Frank Stephens I commented on this the last time, it's my favorite basic screen capture utility. For annotation, you can use the free FastStone Image Viewer
or the free MicroInvention CrossGL SnapDraw
Oct 10 2011 at 12:31am Copy Link
Jason Howard The requirement to use multiple apps to complete the capture and annotate process - can be both a good or a bad thing

While WinSnap is one of the best apps at actually doing the screen capture - it is quite possible that if annotation/illustration features were added - it might totally suck at that aspect.

What WinSnap does have is a "Tools" menu where you can launch other apps to further edit the "captured" graphic file. So the user can choose whatever application they want to further edit the screenshot - depending on the features required.
Oct 10 2011 at 2:08am Copy Link
VLM Thanks for that bit of input, Jason. Might not have caught that myself on short notice. Hope the developer chooses to respond on this point today!
Oct 10 2011 at 3:49am Copy Link
Alexander Avdonin Image editing features (crop, arrows, annotations, etc) will be present in WinSnap 4, which is currently under active development. I'm planning to start alpha/beta-testing of WinSnap 4 within a few days. Many updates are coming soon. Thank you!
NTWind Software - Oct 10 2011 at 5:57am Copy Link
Doug Atkinson Winsnap is also my favorite screen capture tool It has a well rounded set of features, such as auto numbering of successive screen captures, delay screen capture, good hot key support, and the ability to capture a variety of screen types. As with Jason, I'd rather see scrolling screen capture than annotation capabilities. I usually find myself taking lots of screen shots at once and any editing is done later, so I don't need editing capabilities within the same program.

I've tried a lot of freeware screen capture programs, but I keep coming back to WinSnap!
Oct 10 2011 at 6:22am Copy Link
LU This is truly a great screen capture tool. I have used it for many years as the primary tool for the job.

Thanks Alexander for the great tool and great support.
Oct 10 2011 at 6:37am Copy Link
VLM Does anyone have experience, so that you can compare SnagIt with WinSnap? (In terms of screen capture; I realize by now that WinSnap does not have the annotation and editing capabilities of SnagIt, more or less.)
Oct 10 2011 at 7:12am Copy Link
Jason Howard Same license works with portable version too.
Oct 10 2011 at 7:26am Copy Link
James Kenney Alexander Avdonin: Will you keep the ability to link to external editors in v4 ???
Does free upgrades for life mean ONLY for the Version 3 series, or does it include all future versions?
Do you have any planes to include large window support(the scrolling windows feature mentioned above) in version 4???
At this price, I am going to get it irrespective of the answers, but I would like to know before I purchase another program just to do large windows...
Oct 10 2011 at 8:01am Copy Link
Eddie Tex @ Presiding Emissary,

I am a registered Snag-It user (version 9) and I chose to purchase WinSnap today. It is far less feature-packed than Snag-It but I love WinSnap's simplicity and effectiveness at capturing clean snap shots. In fact the features advertised of WinSnap (cleaning up the background and the rounding of edges might not even be supported by Snag-It... at least not in v9). That said, Snag-It DOES support scrolling windows, and features the advanced annotation tools, but it is (in my opinion) a large and heavy application. I have no issue sacrificing that and leveraging one of many great image tools on the market... and given that WinSnap is supported with lifetime upgrades at only a fraction of the cost, I'm willing to wait for NTWind to implement the extra features that it is missing today (mostly the scrolling window capability)!
Oct 10 2011 at 8:47am Copy Link
ellison Nice simple software and at a good price to.Just purchased.Thanks for the deal BDJ
Oct 10 2011 at 10:34am Copy Link
Alexander Avdonin WinSnap 4 is on the road! Please take a look at the following blog post:

WinSnap 4 download links:
NTWind Software - Oct 10 2011 at 2:37pm Copy Link
Alexander Avdonin James Kenney:
Will you keep the ability to link to external editors in v4 ???

Does free upgrades for life mean ONLY for the Version 3 series, or does it include all future versions?
Free upgrades are entitled to all future versions of WinSnap, including major updates.

Do you have any planes to include large window support(the scrolling windows feature mentioned above) in version 4???
Currently I have no plans or timeline for scrolling window capture.

Please see links in the above message for more details.
NTWind Software - Oct 10 2011 at 2:46pm Copy Link
Eddie Tex @ Alexander... Wow! Very impressive! I'll have to give this a try.
Oct 10 2011 at 2:46pm Copy Link
Warren Russell Barry, Zsolt, Jason, and others who have requested scrolling windows capture (just scanning the discussion, I have seen six or seven requests, I think, starting from the second comment here):

This offer was well timed for me, since I just installed the Snagit trial and am considering buying it. However, the FIRST thing I looked for was to see if it supported scrolling.

I just did a search of the Winsnap forums and found multiple threads starting FIVE YEARS AGO requesting this feature. Alexander has never agreed to add it; as he has done here, he has always answered "maybe." I wouldn't hold out any hope that it will ever be added.

I don't understand why he doesn't add such an obviously much-wanted feature. Is it just too hard to program? I use screen capture mostly to send snapshots to technical support, and quite often have a scrolling window I want to send. Just yesterday, in fact, I had this issue. Alexander has asked why it is needed; here is an example. In Windows 7 Indexing Options, if you choose Modify, you get a list of selected locations. I have a Users folder on both drive C: and drive D:. I wanted to show that the Users folder is selected for indexing, on both drives, but without scrolling, I was unable to display enough of the tree to see whether the Users directory belonged to c: or d:.

In fact, even Windows Explorer Windows have this same issue; they have scroll bars, and if you want to see more than is displayed on your screen, you have to scroll. And if you have to take multiple screenshots at different levels of scrolling, you lose the relationships between the Windows' contents.
Oct 10 2011 at 3:32pm Copy Link
Eddie Tex @ Warren, in my opinion, scrolling windows is not a trivial feature to implement. I've seen many screen capture tools and of the group, I know of two that support this: Snag-It and Ashampoo Snap. That said, I have occasionally run into issues with both tools in different circumstances.

The dilemma with developers is whether or not they want to implement a feature that works inconsistently and thus, opening themselves up to bug reports... or would they rather just focus on the features they know they can execute on... and do those to perfection.
Oct 10 2011 at 4:27pm Copy Link
James Kenney Eddie Tex: hypersnap v7 can do it now, or so they say...
Auto-scrolls and concurrently captures long web pages and other. documents, enabling it to grab more than is visible on the screen.

Extended Window Capture function when running on Windows XP® . Resizes a window to be much bigger than the screen before the capture - in one quick step, no auto-scrolling!

end quote ...

It is the second option that sounds like what I would want...

I already bought WinSnap right after my first post, so I am not complaining... It is just a feature that I think would be very helpful in a program that is already the best at what is designed for: Capturing screen contents as accurately as possible.
Oct 10 2011 at 4:53pm Copy Link
Frank Stephens Alexander Avdonin, the one issue which I've had with WinSnap is that I normally have it set to save automatically, as I usually do multiple captures. But if I change the effect options for subsequent captures, it changes the last saved file without notice, which is a problem.

I'll see what's new in the development version 4, but I didn't need annotation or external editor links since I use other tools to do that later. Some people clearly want scrolling captures, I rarely need that (but wish it was there when I do) and a number of tools can do it, but some do it badly and both horizontal and vertical scrolling is required.
Oct 10 2011 at 5:50pm Copy Link
Ed Ward Comments and a question:
1. Full featured alternative - I am currently evaluating Fullshot; appears to be a very good alternative used by developers/designers. Allows multiple annotations, etc.
2. Giving up on program I've used for years - SPX Instant Screen Capture; would "hang up" with Windows 7; unable to resolve, despite requests to developer
3. Best feature in SPX that I've not found elsewhere - hot key = hold down right mouse key for 1 sec., cross-hairs appear. Fastest, easiest way to capture a region.

Can WinSnap do # #?
Oct 10 2011 at 6:19pm Copy Link
Warren Russell Thanks you, Eddie. I suspected that might be the case. Too bad...this looks like a really good offer. Now I just need to decide how essential scrolling really is to me.
Oct 10 2011 at 8:22pm Copy Link
PortablesFan I'm not really sure if I NEED this software, but I appreciate the dual philosophy of 'free updates for life' and having a 'portable install' option, and even as a student can afford to 'vote with my dollar' at this BDJ price. Thanks, Alexander!

I admit, though, I'd also really like to eventually see scrolling capture... :-)
Oct 10 2011 at 8:37pm Copy Link
Frank Stephens People are forever asking questions that the trial would answer. Unlike many applications, those from NTWind have extremely minimal installation and can be readily uninstalled. You can choose the hotkeys for the different types of captures, Ctrl-Alt-PrtScrn is the default for region capture. You get a magnified view, you can use the arrow keys for more precise positioning, and you can choose the shape of the capture.
Oct 10 2011 at 10:15pm Copy Link
Nozavi Will the discount also apply to multi user licenses?
Mar 13 2012 at 1:38am Copy Link
Genie au Travail A very good software, I can only to recommend this product.
Mar 13 2012 at 1:45am Copy Link
a a WinSnap version 4 has been released recently which includes annotation tools along with other features (eg. capture native Aero shadow). Check out the NTWind website for the latest information.
Mar 14 2012 at 8:31am Copy Link
Alexander Avdonin @Nozavi: No, promotion is only for single user licenses.
NTWind Software - Mar 14 2012 at 11:30am Copy Link
S B This offer may be for a single user license, but the single user ("Personal") license *does* allow for a personal desktop, laptop, etc. (though not simultaneously).

WinSnap seems clean and inspired, the website seems to have nice forums with many users and a very responsive developer, and the EULA is one of the shortest, clearest, most straight-forward I've seen (I read the EULAs to which I must agree, but I'm not an attorney).

Hooray for NTWind Software!

Thanks, NTWind and BDJ!

"Personal License. The registered copy of the SOFTWARE PRODUCT may be used by a single person on one or more computers (for example, PC and laptop), or it may be installed on a single workstation and used by multiple people, but not simultaneously. You must purchase a license for each person who uses the SOFTWARE PRODUCT. The Personal License may not be shared between different users."
Mar 14 2012 at 4:52pm Copy Link
BENNET User @Alexander,
On how many computers at a max I can install a personal license (Ofcourse, if not using simultaneously)? Kindly confirm.
Mar 15 2012 at 5:43am Copy Link
Alexander Avdonin @Bennet
"one or more computers" - no limit in the license or otherwise (if used not simultaneously by a single person)
NTWind Software - Mar 15 2012 at 6:51am Copy Link
Garry Camps i cant find an option to pay with paypal
Mar 16 2012 at 12:50am Copy Link
Jon Spain Yeah, why is there a PayPal logo on the right but no option in the dropdown box?
Mar 16 2012 at 1:24am Copy Link
Stan Too sad.. no paypal.
Mar 16 2012 at 1:25am Copy Link
adhie bz Too bad, no Paypal. I can only use paypal.
Mar 16 2012 at 1:34am Copy Link
Alexander Avdonin @Anon - there is no scrolling capture yet, maybe it'll be added in a future version.

@Garry, Jon, Stan - alternate Buy Now link with PayPal:
NTWind Software - Mar 16 2012 at 1:40am Copy Link
Stan @Alexander Avdonin. Great!
Mar 16 2012 at 1:43am Copy Link
Garry Camps good product but needs to add scrolling capture to make it competitive.
Mar 16 2012 at 2:44am Copy Link
_*_ Bought it through Bits, installed on my system, and I like it overall, but I still find myself going back to SnagIt for its scrolling capture, and how it drops new captures directly into its built-in editor.

I will say, for this price it is worth it to buy WS as it offers LTL so as the product matures you get free updates.

Over time I think it will be a very competitive product that has a lower price point and LTL. Hard to beat that! :o)

I am pleased I own it.
Mar 16 2012 at 3:37am Copy Link
Louis H Placed an order. Got the PayPal receipt. But when I was returned to the screen where the order was to be processed by Digital River, it hung up (I waited more than 5 minutes) and I did not receive any additional confirmation or means by which to register the program. Who do I need to contact? Thanks.
Mar 16 2012 at 3:52am Copy Link
Alexander Avdonin @Louis - Your order was processed successfully. I've resent the license key to your registration email.
NTWind Software - Mar 16 2012 at 4:14am Copy Link
VLM M B - Can Snagit do all the complex captures shown above, rounder corners, Aero cleanup, etc? Under the text beginning j"Take a look at some of the complex windows configurations ...", the first 3 in particular look fairly sophisticated to me. Can Snagit do all that?
Mar 16 2012 at 6:37am Copy Link
Anon Emous Can it capture a 'complete' page (that part one would need to scroll down to view) versus just the visible window?
Mar 16 2012 at 10:34am Copy Link
Doug Atkinson I purchased WinSnap here on BitsduJour at the last sale, and have found it quite pleasant to use. I've tried quite a few alternatives, but like the simplicity of WinSnap without sacrificing any features that I need. The ability to "delay" on taking a snapshot has also been very helpful. I do not think it provides "scrolling" capture ability, which might be helpful at times, but is not a necessity for me.
Mar 16 2012 at 11:54am Copy Link
_*_ VLM, here is a link that may help you out.
Mar 16 2012 at 1:05pm Copy Link
VLM Thanks M B. I just found this page, which helps:
Mar 16 2012 at 1:20pm Copy Link
Louis H Alexander, Thank you!

Had to go off to work (gotta pay for all these discount offers somehow), before being able to post a reply sooner.

Very satisfied with my purchase today.
Mar 16 2012 at 5:01pm Copy Link
Software Guy There are many of these screen clippers, and many good ones such lightscreen ans fastone 5.3 are free. Win7 includes one free under Programs accessories. Ashampoo is constantly promoting Snap5 for about $6 on promo - a good deal as it captures video and has timed capture. Snagit is nice with the built in editor but it lists for $50!!!!! Want a screen capture that can capture motion, defined screen sections on a time lapse schedule or on keystrokes AND can email or post images to online image folders and much more??? Try IcyScreen by sweet 16 software. How does winsnap fit in?- it has some nice features, especially for transparency snaps and is a good value at $12 today.
Mar 16 2012 at 7:38pm Copy Link
Steven Avery Hi,

Very nice software, good company, the forums show real sincerity. I bought the earlier version. Although right now my main is Screenpresso (which is a bit slow to launch).

With annotations here I will try to re-arrange the keys to allow WinSnap to be used. ie. when I do not want to go to cloud. Suggestion for next improvement.... some "quick-cloud" integration, eg. using Zuplopader as done I think by ScreenshotCaptor.

The lifetime upgrade, used from 3.5 to 4.0 ,went extremely easy. DId not have to reenter anything. Well done.

Yes, there are many good screen capture programs, but in some ways of simplicity and clarity, with good functionality, Winsnap may be the best.. Purrint is super quick and easy, but only does full screen, and the ability to do regions is rather basic.

Mar 16 2012 at 7:56pm Copy Link
JesusInsideMe Hi, I like your app, I'm looking for one which give me the option to add date and time on picture, does it have it?, God bless you, bye.
Aug 11 2012 at 1:15am Copy Link
Anon eMous Will this software allow me to capture an entire 'page' (that part that is visible ... AND that part 'below' the visible part) - ??
Aug 11 2012 at 2:15am Copy Link
Michael Lenser I had a look at your website but could not determine if WinSnap can perform captures to Text?
Also will this license key register the portable version as well?
Aug 11 2012 at 4:16am Copy Link
Frank Stephens All of these questions could be answered by installing the extremely small trial or reading the FAQ:
Aug 11 2012 at 12:16pm Copy Link
Chris Roy Jackson To All:

According to the Policy Statement, there is a NO Refund Policy, so I would HIGHLY recommend that you download the FREE Trial Version:
and "put it through its paces" to see if it will meet your needs.

If the product works well and there will be continuing developement, then this appears to be a VERY good deal (especially if this is full featured, including scrolling capture)... I'm downloading the trial now!!!
Aug 11 2012 at 1:39pm Copy Link
Tom Theimer Is there no feature within WinSnap to resize an image? I very rarely want the final size of the image to be actual size and MS Paint does a poor job of maintaining image quality when resizing. Am I missing something?
Aug 11 2012 at 3:31pm Copy Link
Frank Stephens Chris Roy Jackson, what version of Windows are you using? It sounds like you may be running Vista. I don't have any problems with IE9 under Win7x64. Try running WinSnap as an Administrator. Try capturing the full screen.
Aug 11 2012 at 5:18pm Copy Link
Gray Lox Is there any possibility to pay with PayPal?
Though PayPal is advertised on the order form, it's not possible to chose that option.
Aug 11 2012 at 5:33pm Copy Link
JesusInsideMe Hi @Chris Roy Jackson, No refund policy?, mmm it does not incentive to a sane person to buy it, there is not trust in that policy kind, I pass!, God bless you, bye.
Aug 11 2012 at 6:17pm Copy Link
Gray Lox What a pity, I have to go now.
Can't wait for an answer ref. PayPal.
I really would have liked to get this programme.
Aug 11 2012 at 6:28pm Copy Link
Frank Stephens No refund is hardly and issue with NTWind products. They're all very small with very minimal installation, they offer free trials, they keep their products updated, and they have a very generous licensing policy. I saw where Plimus says "PayPal" in a couple of places but doesn't let you select it. I'm not a Plimus fan.
Aug 11 2012 at 6:40pm Copy Link
barney Barnes Well-l-l,
You advertise PayPal as a payment option. But it is not there. Thanks, but no thanks. If your payment options cannot be kept straight, how can I trust the software? Casual errors are important, at least to me.
Aug 11 2012 at 8:01pm Copy Link
Frank Stephens This is getting like GOTD, where some people like to pile on negative comments about a good company. There have been heavily positive comments about WinSnap over the years, it's a basic capture utility which does a great job but lacks scrolling-window capture. NTWind will have to comment on the PayPal issue--it's just as likely a Plimus problem.
Aug 11 2012 at 8:27pm Copy Link
Michael Lenser @ Frank Stephens - How are my questions above answered by installing the app or reading the FAQ?
Aug 11 2012 at 9:45pm Copy Link
Chris Roy Jackson Sorry...
Windows 7 64-bit
Ie 8 (32-bit)
Aug 11 2012 at 11:34pm Copy Link
Sam Calabrese For what it's worth, the program works very, very well. And it is a steal at the price. I have been using it for a long time and it does things very easily and quickly compared to other heavy-duty screen capture utilities that I also use (Snag-It, for example). One feature I really appreciate is the ability to capture OBJECTS very easily, such as a tool bar, icon, drop down list, etc. Its ability to quickly save with TRANSPARENCY is outstanding and very useful if you're cutting and pasting images into programs like PowerPoint.

That this program is being sold here for $12 is incredible.

From the website are the answers to some of the questions posted here:

Thumbnails and scale option: With WinSnap, you can easily create small thumbnails and automatically resize images to fit the fixed size of your pages.

Q: Can I install WinSnap on my laptop?
A: Yes, you can install WinSnap on all your computers.

Q: Can I use WinSnap at work?
A: Yes, the Personal License allows you to install WinSnap on your work computer.

Q: I need to move WinSnap to a new computer. Do I have to buy it again?
A: You don't have to pay for WinSnap twice. You can install and activate WinSnap on all your computers. Licenses are "per user", not "per computer".
Aug 11 2012 at 11:35pm Copy Link
Chris Roy Jackson It appears that this software is NOT too Intuitive !!!
Can someone from the company tell me what I'm doind wrong ???
I have taken 5 different Screenshots and each time all I'm getting is a Black Screen with your watermark Superimposed!!! NO IE Browser Windows are being Copied!!!
On the Fifth one I added a Red Arrow which was also shown on the created .png file.
Please tell me what I'm doing wrong so that I can evaluate the software in time to make a decision about buying today!!!
Chris Roy Jackson
Aug 11 2012 at 11:41pm Copy Link
Sam Calabrese For what it's worth, the program works very, very well. And it is a steal at the price. I have been using it for a long time and it does things very easily and quickly compared to other heavy-duty screen capture utilities that I also use (Snag-It, for example). One feature I really appreciate is the ability to capture OBJECTS very easily, such as a tool bar, icon, drop down list, etc. Its ability to quickly save with TRANSPARENCY is outstanding and very useful if you're cutting and pasting images into programs like PowerPoint.

That this program is being sold here for $12 is incredible.

From the website are the answers to some of the questions posted here:

Thumbnails and scale option: With WinSnap, you can easily create small thumbnails and automatically resize images to fit the fixed size of your pages.

Q: Can I install WinSnap on my laptop?
A: Yes, you can install WinSnap on all your computers.

Q: Can I use WinSnap at work?
A: Yes, the Personal License allows you to install WinSnap on your work computer.

Q: I need to move WinSnap to a new computer. Do I have to buy it again?
A: You don't have to pay for WinSnap twice. You can install and activate WinSnap on all your computers. Licenses are "per user", not "per computer".
Aug 11 2012 at 11:50pm Copy Link
Anon eMous Since 'Frank Stephens' has failed to identify himself as a representative of the company - either do so or stop posting as if you know - the FAQ does NOT answer my questions - exactly why I've asked them HERE. I've bought WinSnap -twice- in order to support the company. I STILL - NEED - the ability for scrolling capture. Now here we are again - do I need to buy it yet AGAIN?
Aug 12 2012 at 2:12am Copy Link
Frank Stephens Anon eMous, I already clearly posted that WinSnap doesn't do scrolling capture, and if you downloaded the free trial or read the online help, you would know. I also posted that free tools will do full captures of web pages. I get annoyed with people who accuse me of working for this or that company.

Michael Lenser, WinSnap just does ordinary image captures, which again you could tell from the trial or from the online help. There isn't a portable version, it wouldn't make sense to have one. It's licensed per-user, you can install it on all of your computers. You can use external OCR software.

Chris Roy Jackson, BDJ was flaking out and not displaying some posts. If you're running Win7, you should be using IE9, although the problem appears to be with your video drivers. You should check for a newer video driver, although if you have other than ATI or nVidia there may be a problem with the driver anyway. IE runs in Protected Mode under Win7, as I said you may need to run WinSnap as an Administrator (I don't have to, but I'm on an Administrator account). Full-screen capture (rather than window) may work. Again, there are free tools for capturing web pages.

Sam Calabrese, I'm not aware of any way for WinSnap to resize images. Of course, you can control the window size of the capture.
Aug 12 2012 at 4:32am Copy Link
Michael Lenser @Frank Stephens How stupid of me! Those links on the bottom of the main page at below where it says "Portable Editions to Run from a USB Flash Drive" listing 2 different versions fooled me. The links don't take me to a portable versoin which makes perfect sense if they don't actually sell a portable version! Must have been an April fools joke by the developer and I fell for it.
Thanks for clearing that up.
Aug 12 2012 at 5:05am Copy Link
Roger Thomasson Alright folks, let's keep this conversation respectful.
BitsDuJour Admin - Aug 12 2012 at 5:32am Copy Link

Last year (Aug 11 2012) someone noticed the download links to portable and U3 versions of WinSnap (on the product website) were not functional. These links (on the main product page) still exist and are still not functional. In fact all download links in the developer's blog take to the download page for the current version.
From this blog, It seems the last version of WinSnap to have a portable edition was 3.5.7

If the development of a portable version for WinSnap is stopped, the least one could expect is an update of the main product page. After at least one year, it's not asking too much.
Of course if there's a (official) way to turn WinSnap 4.x into a portable edition, it should be made more obvious. (Could not find a way to do it from a regular install of the trial).

Just to avoid the "why do you need a portable version if you can install on multiple computers ?" argument, let me add that I usually need to make screenshots on classroom computers that are not mine, where I should not install software or just cannot install software.
Aug 18 2013 at 2:14am Copy Link
Danny Great software! Have tested the trial version and was immediately excited!
Aug 18 2013 at 5:18am Copy Link
Doug Atkinson Regardless of the deal with a portable version, I can highly recommend WinSnap. The time-lapse feature has been helpful on several occasions in capturing some hard to capture screen-shots, the automatic numbering is helpful, and I often just capture into the clipboard and do an immediate paste into another document without needing to save. WinSnap has most of the operations I need, and the use is very intuitive.
Aug 18 2013 at 6:03am Copy Link
Nelson Therrien Seems good for personnal use... but for a more professional and complete tool, I'll stick with SnagIt (again, more expensive, so, if you don't need a professional tool, go with this one...)
Aug 18 2013 at 6:06am Copy Link
Gray Lox :( Still no PayPal!

Another time I'll miss this offer.
Aug 18 2013 at 10:35am Copy Link
Alexander Avdonin @Gray Lox
Please use the following URL to place your order via PayPal:
NTWind Software - Aug 18 2013 at 2:24pm Copy Link
Gray Lox Thanks a lot :)
At last I'll get it. Good things are worth to wait for.
Aug 18 2013 at 2:52pm Copy Link
Chris @ eb235

I couldn't find any portable version on their site at first, but then used their search feature to search for portable and all I could find was a very old free version 1.1.10 which was released on January 31, 2007.

I haven't tried it, but couldn't you install it to a thumb drive or move the installed folder to a thumb drive?

There is also a program called Thinstall that scans your computer before you install any program and then you install the program and then run the scan again and it makes a portable app with all of the changes that it finds on the second run.
Aug 18 2013 at 2:58pm Copy Link
Gray Lox Ouch! There are very funny problems with my order.
Not sure if it is my browser or what else - it seems I have ordered about 15 times now.
Please be patient - I'll try from the beginning with a rebooted system.

It's really hard to get WinSnap.
Aug 18 2013 at 3:20pm Copy Link
Johno Hi,
does this product include on screen video capture ? From the information it would seem not, but I would like to confirm this.

Aug 18 2013 at 3:54pm Copy Link
Gray Lox PHEW!!!
Got it at last.
Aug 18 2013 at 5:53pm Copy Link
Steven Avery Hi,

Although I have played with other programs, for simplicity and clarity and ability to go with the later operating systems, I always lilke WinSnap.

I might take a dozen pictures in a day, usually I set it to region, there is a reasonable text annotation feature I usually forget to use.

If you are bumbling around with another program, or a Windows print attempt, and do not need super-sophistication, try this one out.

Aug 18 2013 at 7:51pm Copy Link
Chris @ John Storrs

No, it only captures picturess in your choice of


It would be a great future addition for video capture to be added, but who knows if it will since the developer hasn't came here to answer one single question.
Aug 19 2013 at 12:38am Copy Link
Raymond This is a great tool !!

I have been using it for quite a while and the author is very willing to accept new ideas to make it even better!

At this price, this is a no-brainer... grab it !!

Jun 5 2014 at 8:14am Copy Link
Mario Demi Where can i download the portable version?
Jun 5 2014 at 12:02pm Copy Link
_*_ I use both WinSnap and SnagIt for capturing Screenshots. WinSnap is not quite as robust as SnagIt, it is a great program that will likely do the vast majority of screen captures that people need.

SnagIt costs to upgrade all the time, while WinSnap has free lifetime updates. There is no comparison in this area WinSnap definitely wins.

The Developer updates and makes the program better; WinSnap has come a long way in a rather short time.

I am very pleased I own this program, keep up the good work.

Great program, great price, great update policy! Thank you.
Jun 6 2014 at 4:06am Copy Link
Alexander Avdonin 2 Mario Demi: There is no portable version of WinSnap 4.x available, you can only download the old version 3.x:

2 Raymond & _*_: Thank you for the kind words. ;)
NTWind Software - Jun 7 2014 at 10:20pm Copy Link
Alex Jenter This is a really superb tool, and I wholeheartedly recommend it! Don't regret buying it one bit!
Jun 8 2014 at 2:27am Copy Link
Doug Atkinson I've used WinSnap for several years now, and find it quite useful. The auto-numbering and saving feature speeds repeated captures during webinars when you want to capture slides or other fast moving screens. The delay-capture tool helps to capture windows that "lose focus" when you try a normal screen capture. The only feature missing that I would like to see (and please correct me if it's a feature that is already there and I've missed it!) is the scrolling web-page capture. That is, there are some tools that let you capture a an entire web-page, even if part of it is scrolled off the current view. Thanks for a great product!
Jun 8 2014 at 4:12am Copy Link
_*_ Doug Atkinson, yes, this is where SnagIt comes into the picture. The newest version will now do video as well.

However, Winsnap is smaller, lighter, and great for all around use.
Jun 8 2014 at 10:26am Copy Link
Cary Adams Looks interesting. Personally I used Screenpresso (bought here). Has scroll capability, video capture, editing, cloud integration (including Evernote, Google Drive, many others), and its developer offers nearly weekly updates as new features are added. Compare the two, then make a buy decision.
Jun 8 2014 at 11:26am Copy Link
Bertie Brummel According to the developer's EULA, a family license is available. Can't find it in your purchase procedure?
Apr 4 2015 at 3:45am Copy Link
Hawkeye Some Issues I found, listed below, using Win 7, SP1, x64, US, with limited testing.

1. When capturing, the Start Menu and the Shut Down sub menu displayed, it picked part of the desktop. I can see why because the actual menu is wider. Is there anyway, it can detect and pick up the menu portion that is actually displayed. A workaround, would take two images and arrange them to make one. I haven't tested it but I'm confident it could be done with an editor that could resize the canvas.

2. Using the Capture, Application, buttons or hot key, it picks up Explorer and two sub menus fine. An annoying issue occurs when the capture image is displayed inside WinSnap. Explorer is now behind WinSnap, which is correct. The annoyance is the sub menus are on top of WinSnap and the only way to get rid of them, is to minimize and then restore the WinSnap window.

3. Personally, a PDF manual with all the features of the program would be a whole lot better for the users than trying to find what you're looking for with examples and a FAQ on the website. I didn't see anything about the Capture, Application, I just gave it a spin.

I created a custom entry to use the Snagit Editor since I have already have Snagit. I like the ease of the sub menus, it could be an enhancement but not a direct replacement because of the lack of the scroll capability. Snagit has went down hill over the last few versions. They have a tendency to cut features at will with no regards to the users. When version 12 was released, they had dropped the text capture which they found out was more popular than they anticipated. There still some bugs in the final version 11 but I have yet to see any software completely bug free.

I'm considering this but with the quick tests, the two items are a concern, especially the second one, since there haven't been any updates in almost a year and I found it pretty quick. The first one has a workaround since part of the menu displayed is narrower than the actual menu. With the transparency, I don't think it would look that good with a small piece of what's behind it, especially with the shadow turned on.

Like I said, I'm considering this but I would like to get some feedback on the issues above.

Apr 4 2015 at 7:49am Copy Link
Amit Some queries before I buy, please answer all -
1. Does winsnap have scrolling feature ie. capturing scrolling whole webpages, both in firefox and chrome, without errors ?
2. I really love faststonecapturepro for its feature that when you have clicked the button to take the screenshot, (with feature of autocaption) faststonecapture then displays a small window in which whatever text I write like say the title and url or other text, it then automatically inserts that text under the screenshot image. no need to go to the editor of the screenshot program for inserting the comments. (youcan download faststonecapture version and see the functionality). if you have to add text to all screenshots this feature means a lot of iimages being taken. is this feature in winsnap, or if not then can it be added soon. I would really buy 1+ licenses if this feature is there in winsnap or added soon. thanks. (See image for this, below text -
Apr 5 2015 at 1:12am Copy Link
Urmel Hello,

is there a possibility to capture scrolling windows?

If not, then I think that this feature is very desirable!

Can you explain me how I can do this?

Best regards,
Apr 5 2015 at 1:49am Copy Link
William W. Geertsema Hello,

I would like to useWinSnap from the command line. I can find an occasional reference to command line switches, but have not been able to find a list of the available switches.

Can you please indicate where such a list may be found?

I like the program (despite the lack of support for scrolling windows), but want to use it in a flexible way (possibly with varying parameters) in command files.

Best regards,
William W. Geertsema
Apr 5 2015 at 2:00pm Copy Link
Peter Laszlo I thought that I will give them a plug.
An excellent and very useful piece of software which I use several times a day.
The previous version had a few little annoying niggles, but when I contacted their support last week, the author presumably, they sent me an updated new pre-release version which seemed to have solved the little annoying problems.
Prior to purchasing Winsnap on Bits-DuJour in 2014, I researched all the print screen applications I could find but none were satisfactory.

This is an excellent price and the software is highly recommended if you are looking for a nice, easy to use and practical print screen.application.
Apr 12 2017 at 1:20am Copy Link
smaragdus Is there a portable version?
Apr 12 2017 at 3:36am Copy Link
Alexander Avdonin There is no portable version of WinSnap available now. Thank you!
NTWind Software - Apr 12 2017 at 6:05am Copy Link
franp User This is one of the best screenshot software. I have been a user for nearly a decade.
Apr 12 2017 at 6:42am Copy Link
Sweet Soft Good little screenshot tool, been using it since Moses was a boy and well worth the couple of dollars.
Apr 12 2017 at 7:19am Copy Link
smaragdus I purchased WinSnap mainly because it handles well capturing of programs with jutting-out menus. The program is nice but there is what to be desired.

The good:
Lifetime updates;
Output support for the most common image formats (BMP, GIF, JPEG, PNG, TIFF);
A simple but decent and good-looking editor- it is not destroyed by the abominable ribbon interface like the editor in HyperSnap;
Several simple effects;
Good tray options- for example the program can be customized to minimize to task bar and close to system tray;
No .NET;
Native x64 version;
Moderate on resource usage- WinSnap uses about 42 MB of RAM on Windows 8 x64- not the lightest one but not as heavy as some commercial resource hog monsters;

The bad:
No portable version;
No support for "Fixed Region", "Free Hand", "Scrolling Window" and "Repeat Last Capture" capturing modes;
Current hot keys are not shown in system tray menu- in case the user happens to have forgotten them they need to go to preferences to check them;
No tools like colour picker, magnifier, ruler, etc;
No uploading capabilities (FTP, image sites);

@Alexander Avdonin
Please consider releasing a portable version, as far as I can remember WinSnap once had such a version and the last free version of WinSnap had a portable version as well. I suppose releasing of a portable version won't cost much time and effort. I believe that a commercial screen capture program should have a portable version. A portable version has advantages- it is easy to back-up, it can be run from external drives with all its data and settings. The other commercial capture program I like- FastStone Capture, has a portable version.
Apr 12 2017 at 2:06pm Copy Link
H. H. @vendor
does winsnap 5 allow to capture whole scrolling windows?
If not - will this feature be available in the nearer future?
thank you for clarifying in advance
Jan 26 2019 at 1:59am Copy Link
Bertie Brummel Is the family license discounted too here (or perhaps by contacting ntwind)?
Jan 26 2019 at 2:39am Copy Link
Alexander Avdonin @H.H.
There is no scrolling capture feature in WinSnap 5. Maybe it will be added in a future version, but there are no specific plans yet. Thank you!
NTWind Software - Jan 26 2019 at 2:41am Copy Link
Alexander Avdonin @Bertie Brummel
Please use the following URL to purchase the Family License (50% off):
NTWind Software - Jan 26 2019 at 2:51am Copy Link
Bertie Brummel @ Alexander Avdonin: [x] Done! Thanks for the link.
Jan 26 2019 at 3:19am Copy Link
Ed Ward Winsnap has a lot of functionality (esp. "post capture" processing) and looks like it could be useful. Over the years I've used half a dozen or more screen capture programs and at any one time use 2 or even 3 different programs, depending on what I'm trying to do. Two features especially important to me are:
1. Speed w/ which the user (i) selects the region to be captured; and (ii) captures and saves the image. One of my favorite programs uses the right mouse button to activate the cursor for image capture (very fast).
2. The ability to capture a region on the initial screen capture, and then set the size of the region captured on subsequent screens to match the size of the initial screen (useful for capturing images of a series of slides, for example, of a webinar so that they're all the same size).

In Winsnap how does the user execute (1), and how easy/fast is it to do? And does Winsnap allow the user to do (2) above?


Jan 26 2019 at 9:34pm Copy Link
HJ B If a page descends beyond the visible window, will Winsnap permit capture of the entire page in one capture?
Sep 7 2019 at 7:17am Copy Link
Alexander Avdonin @HJ B
Unfortunately, there is no such feature yet.
NTWind Software - Sep 7 2019 at 7:20am Copy Link
Bud Gallagher An excellent screen capture program. I have been a happy user for a couple of years now. Would recommend to anyone looking for this type of program.
Sep 7 2019 at 10:52am Copy Link
geo User Hello.
In a previous post, a few years back someone mentioned of an "NTWind forum".
I could not find anything like that. Does any forum exist for NTWIND users that anyone knows off????

Thinking of getting this, looks like good application and most of all good developer.
No software is good enough to stand the test of time unless there is a good developer behind it. I bought enough software that with time all kinds of bugs surface up and no one seems to do anything from the developer side.
The way the PC development (op. sys, etc) moves nowadays it's just a given that software needs some kind of maintenance.

Sep 7 2019 at 3:31pm Copy Link
Peter Laszlo An excellent and very useful piece of software and I have been using it for some years.. Could not live without it.

I would not mind a few extensions to the application such as straight lines at any angle with the pen (not freehand) and the ability to insert text and text box into the image using the obvious fonts.

If we want to go further, how about a built-in cut down image enhancer, a cut down version similar to the old Microsoft Paint ??

I Would be happy to pay extra for these features in a Winsnap on steroids.
Jan 7 2020 at 2:48am Copy Link
wts Superb product; excellent company (for example, free lifetime upgrades). I have been so impressed I've bought all of their products in order to support them!
Jan 10 2020 at 9:10am Copy Link
PortablesFan Am more than a bit disappointed that the portable option was removed starting back in version 4.x, that’s kept me from using this great program as much recently. Whenever possible, I go with portable programs over installed ones, and was recently bolstered in this philosophy after having to recover from some computer issues...

Is there ANY chance of getting portable capability added back in to WinSnap, please?
Jan 10 2020 at 10:53pm Copy Link
bvssunnydale Hi, can this capture an entire Windows 10 web page? Nothing I've tried works well for this. Thanks.
Jan 28 2021 at 5:12am Copy Link
Bertie Brummel @ bvssunnydale: You don't need a commercial hardcopy tool for this task.
Try the Opera Browser, then start it, left-click to the red ring in the upper left screen corner and choose site / save (to HTML) or as .PDF.
Jan 28 2021 at 8:57am Copy Link
bvssunnydale Thanks but that didn't work either (in my test, saved 8 pages as one single microscopic-size-texted rectangle). It's always something like this, though 'Print Friendly & PDF' and "Print Edit WE" on Firefox often work unless the page is too complicated. Thanks again though.
Jan 28 2021 at 7:45pm Copy Link
Experience Great stuff, long time user here and this bit being used almost every day, Yup, it's ...Awesome!
Aug 17 2021 at 10:56pm Copy Link
Gary User I've been using this program for screen captures for about a year now - it is an excellent program.
Nov 1 2023 at 4:44am Copy Link

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