Scrimgr: Screenshots made easy by Joska
Ladies and gentlemen, let me introduce you Scrimg.
Yes, toilets again.
... did you ever wonder why the heck it's so difficult to take a screenshot in Windows without added tools?
... did you ever get tired of having to install 100 things to make something as easy as save a screenshot?
... did you ever hate the Print Screen key because all what it does is save a screenshot into the clipboard?
If you answered yes or no to any or the questions above, you NEED Scrimgr, sir!
Remember: This isn't a buggy tool, like Imgr Suite (it was buggy, it isn't buggy anymore). It just works!
How does it work?
It's very simple. Just install it! You'll find it in the start menu (or in the desktop, if you choose to) - Scrimgr. Just open it, and you'll see a little camera thingy icon in your tray.
If you use Windows 7 or above, it's recommended to "move" it to the "always-show" tray.
Now, to take a screenshot, just double-click it!
A save file dialog will open, and you'll choose where do you want to save it as a JPG file. The .jpg extension isn't mandatory, but remember that it will save it as a JPG even if you name it "thing.png", so it'll have a JPG hex header.
It will tell you if the image was(n't) saved through a Balloon.
To exit it, just right-click the camera thingy icon, and select Exit!
Recommended extra tools: Imgr Suite
We recommend to add it to the programs that start when you start the computer, so you'll always have your icon thingy.
Compatible with: Windows Vista, Windows 7, Windows 8 (x86 or x64)
Tested with: Windows 7 x86, Windows 7 x64
Might work (unknown) with: Windows XP
Important noticesThis program needs .NET Framework 4.5. Download: Microsoft Download Center.