Chances are you never had to use a particular program, or computer feature, and you just can’t understand how it’s done. Tutorials help out a lot in these situations, and with the help of applications like SnapInstall you can create them on the go, with attached corresponding pictures of the entire screen, or specific regions.
A major advantage is that the application doesn’t even have to be installed in order to function, giving you the possibility to carry it around on a thumb drive to use on other computers as well. Additionally, this means that the PC you use it on remains intact after usage, because registries are not modified in the recording process.
|Crack size||~ 500KB|
|Systems||Win XP, Win Vista, Win 7|
The application uses the PrintScreen button on your keyboard, attaching it extra functionality when keeping either Alt, or Ctrl pressed. This enables you to not only capture activity on the entire screen, but also the active window, or a custom region by dragging a box over the area of interest.
Pictures are automatically saved when hitting the PrintScreen key. In fact, these are directly bundled inside the end result, so you need to plan each step with care. The corresponding settings panel lets you write down a title, and author for the entire project. Additionally, a logo can be added inside the document for a bit more security reasons.
Output isn’t abundant, and you’re only able to export under formats like DOC, and PDF. Unfortunately, the type, as well as destination need to be configured every time you run the application, because settings can’t be saved as custom profiles. Moreover, the application doesn’t let you edit, or even save pictures you grab, and some later editing might be required, at least to explain steps inside the resulting documentation file.
All things considered, we come to the conclusion that SnapInstall Keygen is a handy application for creating documentation files, or at least this is its core function. The whole operation is easy enough, especially since pictures are automatically saved. However, it feels a little rough around the edges, with setting always returning to default, no option to save files, or include any captions, or descriptions.
- Possibility to add text to snap immediately after making the screenshot
- Support for Word Doc format, in addition to pdf support
- Settings are automatically saved for future use
- Exit program button in settings form
Alencar, 22 September 2018
Baie dankie vir die serial SnapInstall
Giada, 25 April 2018
спасибо за патч дляSnapInstall
Nicolò, 09 July 2017
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