Take Command 15.0 If you are tired of having to choose between the power of the command line and the ease of a GUI, Take Command is the perfect solution. Take Command supports existing CMD.EXE commands and batch files, and adds thousands of new features.
WinSnapShot CMD 1.0 Command line screen capture with some unique features: Can capture specific window or all desktop, Can capture specific window by its name, Can activate window when capturing, Capture to PNG file (also BMP and clipboard).
Total Screen Recorder – hassle-free screen capturing for fun and work Capturing the content of your screen may be useful in a number of situations. If you are a developer, you will probably want to create some video examples or demos for your own application. If you are a software support manager, it may be a good idea to record a video demonstrating a solution of the clients problem instead of exchanging dozens of emails. If you are a hardcore
Screen Desktop OCR - capture any kind of on-screen text with unprecedented ease! Quite a few programs and websites intentionally block access to their text content. At the same time, quite a lot of situations require that you copy this text this or that way, so you do need a solution when it happens next time. There isn’t much you can do about read-only labels or right-click protection, but there are tools on the market that were created specifically for the purpose of overriding these