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KastorSoft Screenshot

We’re going to take a quick look at a Snipping Tool application on another OS today. Namely ‘Screenshot’ from KastorSoft for the Android OS. Screenshot is a free app, but like most free apps there’s a small amount of which can be removed for the princely sum of US$1.53. Also your device needs to be […]

Using the Snipping Tool with a HotKey

Windows, very fortunately, has some great HotKey functionality already built in for users to customise. Possibly the only downside we can see is that to use the HotKey functionality you have to create a shortcut on your desktop for the snipping tool. A small price to pay may be. Anyway here are the steps to […]

How to capture the Start Menu

We discovered a handy little tip for the snipping tool over at Microsoft. If you have ever wanted to ‘snip’ the Start Menu or capture a drop down item list then just follow these simple steps 1) Start the Snipping Tool 2) Press ‘Esc’ or click the Cancel button in the tool to cancel the […]

The Snipping Tool in Windows 7

With the look and feel of Windows 7 not changing drastically from Vista, it’s nice to know that the Snipping Tool is still located in its usual spot in the Accessories menu. For those of you not too ‘au fait’ with Vista or Win 7, here’s a step by step guide to get you using […]

Where to find the Snipping Tool in Windows 8

With Windows 8, Microsoft have introduced a completely new interface, the Start screen. This consists of a number of tiles which represent different sets of your data, whether it’s your photos or the latest news on your favourite sports team. This is all fine and dandy but what about the Snipping Tool, where has that […]