May 29, 2009, 4:13 am
You can take a screenshot of your desktop with the “Print Screen” key on your keyboard, but this way you take a screenshot of your entire desktop and don‚Äôt have control of many other important aspects. To have a greater flexibility and control over your screenshots – like taking a screenshot of only a specific region of your desktop (i.e., the active window) – and to perform other necessary operation on your screenshots like basic image editing to add a tag etc., you need to use more advanced screenshot tools. These screenshot tools, apart from providing you with greater control on how you take a screenshot, also provide additional tools to edit and share your screenshots. In this article we take a look at one such free screenshot tool named “Shutter” that has great features and is an excellent screenshot tool.