Freeware program for screen capture. For Windows 95/98 and Windows NT/2000

September 10, 2000 -WinGrab 1.34a New released. (File date: September 7, 2000 - File size: 939 kB)

New features: Cursor capture. Time-scheduled capture (with auto-save). Here is what's new in 1.34a

Key features:

WinGrab captures screen images (desktop or a selected window) and saves them as jpeg, tiff, png, bmp. The program is for Windows 95/98 and Windows NT4/2000 [More features]  [Screen shots]  [History]  [Links]  [License]

Installing and Uninstalling:

Easy install by running a single exe-file. No restart of Windows required. No runtime modules (or other crap like dll's) to mess up your system.

In Windows NT/2000 you need to be logged on as administrator to install the program.

The program needs a default printer installed for maximum performance. Without a default printer the useful option of creating index images will be unavailable. If you don't have a physical printer, install a dummy printer (almost any graphic printer will do).

Easy uninstall via Windows control panel. Afterwards your system (including registry and file associations) should be completely restored.

Last update: September 12, 2000
By: Per Skjerpe