Faststone - Image Capture
FastStone Capture is a powerful, lightweight, yet full-featured screen capture tool that allows you to easily capture and annotate anything on the screen including windows, objects, menus, full screen, rectangular/freehand regions and even scrolling windows/web pages. You can choose to send captures to editor, file, clipboard, printer, email, Word/PowerPoint document or upload them to your website. Editing tools include annotating (texts, arrowed lines, highlights), resizing, cropping, sharpening, watermarking, applying edge effects and many more. Other features include global hotkeys, automatic filename generation, support for external editors, a color picker, a screen magnifier and a screen ruler.
FastStone Capture operates on screen windows or image files. It saves files in BMP, GIF, JPEG, PCX, PNG, TGA, TIFF and PDF formats.
- Home Page
- FastStone Image Capture detailed information
- Download FastStone Image Capture
- FastStone Image Capture Tutorial
- Version 6.5 released July 03, 2009; Version 7.9 released 2014-07-29.
Shareware cost of $19.95 U.S. for a lifetime licenseSee  for pricing. Lifetime licenses are still used.
- Read the developer's detailed information for feature list and version history.
Freeware version 5.3
This is an older version with a few missing features... but it is very worthwhile... and it's FREE
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TNG User Related feedback
- I first learned of this utility through TNG Users List. I use it to capture screen shots and annotate them for tutorials like my How to Navigate our site page. --Ken Roy 07:05, 10 July 2008 (CDT)
- I became familar with Image Capture through Image Viewer. I liked it so much that I did not hesitate buying it 2 years ago. HIGHLY recommended! --Bgaugler 10:23, 10 July 2008 (CDT)
- This amazing little package is easy to install and use. It is particularly useful for creating cropped windows with torn and shadowed edges, overlaying pointers with shadows and opacity, highlighting regions, etc. --Lochneil 23:37, 7 March 2010 (UTC)