Capture Screenshot lite
A screenshot can greatly come in handy for testing purposes, to help prove a point or simply be used to create step by step tutorials. In some cases, the dedicated button on your keyboard does not suffice. Luckily, with the help of applications like Capture Screenshot lite you are able to get ahold of nearly any area on your screen, with minimal post-processing required.
Multiple modes to capture screen activity
The application stores all its features in a pretty compact main window. This is not an issue, because it spends most time hidden in the system tray so you can better emphasize area of interest.
You are given the possibility to use up to three methods to capture what is on your screen. The basic function to take a full screenshot is available. Another option lets you easily drag the mouse around to create a rectangular area, while the last only emphasizes a window of your choice.
Post-process images and save them to file
Right after the screenshot is taken, a new window is brought up with a few editing options put at your disposal. Unfortunately, these are only limited to a three-color pen, highlighter and eraser. There is no possibility to adjust pen size and it gets slightly difficult to use due to the lack of zoom options.
One of the biggest disappointments is that there is no integrated function that allows you to have screenshots automatically saved to a destination folder. Moreover, you can only activate one method at a time and without hotkey support to quickly switch between them.
To end with
Taking everything into consideration, we can say that Capture Screenshot lite is a handy application you can use to replace the default button on your desktop. However, it lacks several advanced features that keep it a little far from being used in professional environments.