Since Android 4.0, it has become very easy to take Android screenshots without using an app. Even if it doesn’t work for you, there are many other ways to do it. Check them out here.
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Capto is a screen capture app for Mac that can capture any screen image and record videos of screen activities. Here’s a closer look at its features.
Apowersoft Screen Capture Pro is an innovative & customizable Windows software that handles screenshots with annotations, sharing options & cloud storage.
While the screenshots with drop shadows look good, some may prefer plain captures. Here are three ways to capture a screenshot without drop shadows.
Windows has a Snipping Tool that allows you to easily take screenshots. Here is how you can use Snipping Tool to take and edit screenshots.
The default screen capture tool in Mac OS X is pretty nifty, except that it doesn’t allow you to take screenshot of login screen. Here is how you can overcome the limitation.
MWSnap3 is a free and great screen capture tool that, despite being twelve years old, is totally reliable even on Windows 8.1. Let check it out.
The default screen capture tool in Linux (particularly Ubuntu) is really minimal. If you are someone who need to take screen capture on a regular basis, I am sure you will appreciate the many features built into HotShots. It is really a lightweight and useful screen capture tool for Linux.
It is easy to take a screenshot in Ubuntu, but what if you want the system to take a screenshot automatically at a regular interval, say every 5 seconds? Here is a quick way you can take screenshots in Ubuntu at regular interval.
If you are taking screenshot of a web page, you will find that in most cases, it will only capture the visible part in the screen. Here is how you can capture screenshot of entire web page, directly in Windows.
The powerful 1AVCenter is a audio video center for Windows that allows you to record, broadcast, and make remote surveillance of any source of video and audio of your PC. This is the first of our MTE birthday giveaway. Read on for more detail.
There are tons of ways to take screenshot in Linux. You can either use the “PrintScreen” button on your keyboard, or use the comprehensive and feature-rich Shutter to do the job. Alternatively, if you are looking for a screen capture tool that can sync your screenshots to the cloud, ScreenCloud could be the one for […]
Images taken off a computer screen are called screenshots. While reading tech-reviews on websites, including this one, you will find numerous screenshots that serve as references to what the reviewer is writing about. These images greatly help explain a certain interface feature or guide the reader in knowing where to click in an application. The […]
No matter who you are – software developer, technical writer, blogger, or just someone wanting to show off their cool desktop — you need to take the occasional screen capture. There are a large number of commercial, free, and Open Source screen capture tools out there. They range from bare bones apps to ones that […]
When you have something as small as an iPhone that does so much, buttons often have multiple uses. One of the most utilitarian buttons is the Home Button. All iPhone users know that the button is used to go back to your home screen and to unlock your phone, but it can also be used […]
There are a few different ways to record a screenshot on your Mac. They all caputure either part or all of your screen, for times when you want to share a Google Map to your house, part of a great website, or to show tech support the troubles you’re having with your Mac. The following […]
Thanks to numerous ‘collaboration’ websites, you can easily create and edit documents online with help from your friends. But what if you wanted to collaborate on more than simply documents? What if you wanted to perform some calculations or watch a YouTube video together with your online friends? To perform these and other similar tasks […]
If you are a geek and understand the things behind computing, chances are your friends always ask you computer related questions. Some of the questions may be tricky and your email instructions may appear too complicated for the average user. Example: Suppose your friend has messed up her Windows network settings and can’t connect to […]