There are dozens, or even hundreds, of programs to take screenshots on our Windows computer. Screenpresso, Greenshot, ShareX... they're just a few examples, but one of the classic applications in this field has always been EasyCapture.
Screenshots and editing, all from the same inteface.
But, why does EasyCapture still stand out among much newer tools? Well, because it's an easy-to-use application with which we can capture any region of our screen (active window, full screen or customized area), that also offer us a series of editing tools with which we can enhance our screenshots before saving them.
Editing options available in EasyCapture
- Resize, crop, flip, rotate and invert screenshots.
- Add notes or text balloons to the images.
- Change the brightness, contrast, saturation, hue or RGB values of the shots.
- Apply several filters to the images: oil paint, mosaic, noise, etc.