Cropper is a program designed to help you take snapshots in several methods. It can be easily used by individuals of any experience level.
Once you install the tool, Cropper will place itself in the system tray from where you can access its options.
So, you can specify the output location and format (e.g. BMP, clipboard, printer) and start taking snapshots.
You can capture the full screen, active window or region under the mouse, by using some keys combined with Printscreen.
Furthermore, you can set the full and thumbnail image file name template, as well as disable Cropper from saving Printscreen images and from keeping pictures in the clipboard.
But you can also specify a color for the form area, allow multiple instances and include the mouse cursor in the screenshots. Plus, you can adjust the crop form's opacity level, use per pixel alpha blending, enable to hide the crop window during or after the capture, as well as create predefined sizes and select plugins.
The simple-to-use tool runs on a moderate amount of system resources, includes a very short how-to guide and didn't cause us any difficulties during our tests. If we had to mention a downside, it would be the interface, which could had been better put together, since it doesn't offer any kind of visual impact. Otherwise, we strongly recommend Cropper to all user levels.