As a scientist it is crucial to continue growing and learning as you progress in your field. That being the case, despite a lackluster background in the computer sciences I have come to rely more and more on computational skills in the lab. Ever so slowly the need for a stronger foundation in the tech fields has come to light and I feel woefully behind the times.
Computers are everywhere, whether you like it or not, and artificial intelligence, robotics, and coding are slowly taking over the world. Continue Reading
Every once in a while you may need to take a screenshot of something, maybe it’s an excerpt from a book or a certain image which you can’t just drag and drop from your browser. However, for others it can easily be a necessity. (bloggers, technical program users, trainers, teachers, etc)
I use some screenshots for various things and as far as my usage is concerned I really like Greenshot the most.
It’s free open source software that does what I want it to do with no whistles or bells. Which is exactly what I (and I am pretty sure everyone ever) want in a computer program. The software allows for customization in regards to shortcut keys, save as formatting, and more.
Here are some example screenshots using the Greenshot software. If anyone has any other screenshot software feel free to comment and let me know your experiences!
(If you have trouble they may have updated versions and you can just go through the other links to download straight from the site. Watch out for tricky fake download banners as always)
This link will give you a direct download to Greenshot: Greenshot Download