AutoScreenCap: Automatically Take & Save Screenshots At Regular Time Intervals

Umar 19-03-2012

If there is a process going on on your computer and you need to take images of it, manually taking screenshots after a few seconds and then saving them would be very inconvenient. Here to make the process automatic is a desktop app called AutoScreenCap.


take screenshots at regular intervals

AutoScreenCap is a free to use desktop app compatible with Windows computers. The app comes in a ZIP archive sized at nearly 900KB; to run the app simply open the EXE file contained within the archive – installation is not required.

In the app’s window, select a screenshot capture interval in seconds, a folder for the saved screenshots, and the quality of the JPEG screenshots that the app will be taking. To start, click on the “Start Capture” button and to stop, return to the app and use the “Stop Capture” button. Meanwhile your screenshots folder will be filled with the screenshots by the app.


  • A user-friendly desktop app.
  • Compatible with Windows computers.
  • Lets you take screenshots at periodic intervals.
  • Lets you set file quality of JPEG screenshots.

Check out AutoScreenCap @


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  1. Krishna KK
    August 1, 2017 at 1:06 pm

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  2. Victor of GreenDogBest
    January 7, 2017 at 9:21 pm

    Kindly...this really should be removed or updated. It is no longer useful information, and is in fact misleading and time wasting. I would suggest a simple link, with disclaimer or update page with current info or take it down if you don't care to bother. No date is on the page, not possible to tell this is like BC (before cellphone era(sic) ) or what...

  3. Dany Bouffard
    June 26, 2012 at 3:46 pm

    This might be a handy tool for computer windows problems. Just be carefull to not let it run for too long time cause if can take a lot of captures if you set it to a low interval.