MWSnap full version patch is a small application that enables you to take snapshots from programs or any selected part of your screen. The program is free and very easy to use. It comes with hotkeys that will make it even easier to take a screenshot of any program, region and even of the entire screen. The captured areas can be saved to different image files. You will need to choose which format to save your files, once you have taken a snapshot. The formats supported are BMP, JPEG, GIF, PNG and TIFF.
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This outstanding freeware application makes capturing and editing screenshot images a breeze. MWSnap 3.0 pin may come with an uninspired-looking interface, but it gets the job done without hassle. Its useful and very user-friendly features require no special expertise. You can capture a fixed or selected area of your screen, a particular window or menu, or the entire desktop. You can also set the application to automatically save after capturing. Bonus features include an onscreen ruler, a desktop magnifier, a window-information tool, and a color picker.
MWSnap 3.0 activator also lets you modify images by flipping or rotating them, and by adding a variety of frames and cursor shapes. It’s an excellent choice for everyone from casual to experienced users.
Editing options and other parameters you can tweak
In addition to that, a nice touch to this utility is that it enables you to make minor adjustments to an image once you have captured it. To be more precise, you can rotate or flip it, add frames (simple, double, buttonize), or change the cursor (e.g. arrow, hour glass, hand point).
- It comes with hotkeys
- It’s free and easy to use
- It lets you capture a program window, a region or the entire screen
- Simple friendly interface
- None noticed
- Perfect program…not one problem with it.
- Can’t recall any
- It is simple to use and doesn’t require me to save the images to my computer prior to using them.
MWSnap codes is a small yet powerful Windows program for snapping (capturing) images from selected parts of the screen. Current version is capable of capturing the whole desktop, a highlighted window, an active menu, a control, or a fixed or free rectangular part of the screen. MWSnap 184.108.40.206 For Windows Download handles five most popular graphics formats and contains several graphical tools: a zoom, a ruler, a color picker, and a window spy. It can be also used as a fast picture viewer or converter. MWSnap 220.127.116.11 pre-Activated does not require installation and does not need any special DLLs, drivers, or system files, which can mess up your system.
- Homepage: www.mirekw.com
- Author Mirek Wojtowicz
- Last version 18.104.22.168
Can I use this on a MAC computer ?
No, you can’t use it in a Mac computer because the application was developed only for Windows system. This means that in a Mac, you will need to use an alternative. For instance, SnagIT is a good example. It’s available both for Windows and Mac. It offers the same base functionality plus some extra features.
I have just installed MWSnap300 to a new installation of Windows 10. When I click on the Snap button the screen is magnified about 2 times, and much of the page is no longer accessible as it is now off screen. Am I missing something in the setup? It seems to be the same MWSnap that I have successfully used for many years, but with Windows 10 is behaving differently.
The latest version of the software is working just fine. I’ve found the official website and managed to download and install the software then used its features in Windows 10. Before starting the software I’ve also used the Compatibility mode to set the application to run with Windows XP compatibility.
Official website: http://www.mirekw.com/winfreeware/mwsnap.html
Hi Sean, thanks for your response. I can’t make out what is happening. I have uninstalled the original installation,downloaded again from the official site and installed MWSnap300 in compatibility mode XP SP2. MWSnap still behaves the same way – as soon as I click on the “Snap” button everything that was behind MWSnap is magnified. I think I’ll have to look around for another similar app that functions OK.
The only other item of interest is that when I install MWSnap under compatibility mode XP, I repeatedly receive an error message indicating “Archive is Corrupted” when I attempt to uninstall it. The only way I have found to uninstall it is to install it again without a compatibility mode and then uninstall it.