There are a lot of software options available that let you take screenshots. But if you are looking for something that lets you resize and upload screenshots in addition to taking them, then you need to check out Screen-Shot Me.
Screen-Shot Me is a piece of freeware that helps its users take screenshots, easily work with them, and store them locally and online. To start using the application, you must download its setup files to your PC; the setup file is sized at nearly 2 MB and to install the application you are going to need .NET Framework v4.0 installed on your computer. Once you have the app installed and running you will find its icon in the top left corner of the screen.
To take a screenshot all you have to do is right-click on this icon and click on the ‘Add Screenshot’ option. This will capture the screen and provide you with the option to resize or crop your screenshot. You can conveniently choose from Small, Medium, and Large size options; alternatively you can use the ‘+’ or ‘-‘ buttons to increase or decrease the screenshot area.
Your screenshots are displayed in different ‘pages’ of the application; these pages can be thought of as albums. Data from these albums can be directly uploaded to your online “Screen-Shot Me” account. This way you are able to remotely access your screenshots from anywhere you want.
- A user friendly desktop application.
- Compatible with Windows computers.
- Lets you take screenshots.
- Stores screenshots in an album-like view.
- Lets you resize screenshots while saving them.
- Can save multiple ‘pages’ of screenshots.
- Can upload your screenshots online.
- Similar tools: GrabBox and ImageSnatcher.
Check out Screen-Shot Me @ screen-shot.me/Screenshot/Home