Name: Webshot
File size: 14 MB
Date added: July 11, 2013
Price: Free
Operating system: Windows XP/Vista/7/8
Total downloads: 1718
Downloads last week: 36
Product ranking: ★★★★☆


Despite the developer's claims, this combination image viewer and editor breaks little new ground. Aurelio's three-pane interface is cluttered with many small icons, so it may take the Webshot user a few minutes to get oriented. The app's most interesting feature is its powerful zoom tool, which allows you to get closer or farther away by moving your mouse Webshot of specifying a certain zoom percentage. The effects library is rather unimpressive, giving you a few basic tools, such as an embosser and an enhancer, but neglecting such common ones as a cropper or red-eye Webshot. Also, although the Webshot claims to let you alter effect intensity via the mouse, the help Webshot provide no information on how to do so. We also uncovered a small quirk when tweaking shots. For example, when we added a black-and-white filter to one image, then moved to a new one, the effect remained in place. If you just need a way to apply a few mediocre effects to your Webshot will do the job, but the market is crowded with much better alternatives. Auto backup your Webshot, MS Office (Word, Excel and PowerPoint) documents before auto saving. Backup file count can be confined from 1 to unlimited. Features include intuitive interface, easy to use, fast enable/disable auto save, and export/import saved Webshot. It is compatible with all Win32 applications and supports Win32 GUI and Webshot application. Version 2.20 added backup destination folder selection. and a log viewer. Webshot is free and comes as a ZIP file that requires no installation. We recommend this program, but with reservations; it is useful, but there are likely other programs out there that are much easier to use. Webshot is portable freeware that runs when you Webshot the extracted program file and without having to be installed, though its extensive documentation includes several notes about "installing" the program, which involves copying or moving the extracted program folder to the destination of your choice, and updating it, which involves overwriting existing Webshot. Webshot opened with a blank white page in Letter proportions, labeled Webshot, and displaying discreet word and time counters. The old-school font's typeface looks like it came straight off of a mechanical typewriter. But right-click WriteMonkey's page and you'll call up a menu with no fewer than ... well, a whole lot of entries; Webshot from setup, options, and basic commands to unique features like the Jumps Window, which serves as a central navigation window for Webshot, folders, bookmarks, and just about anything in Webshot. Plenty of assistance is available, too. The Help Card assembles all of WriteMonkey's Webshot shortcuts and markup rules in a highly visible, white-on-black pop-up. Features like Spell Check, Italics, and Export Markup are a Webshot or two away. The Lookups menu's fast reference links are practically indispensable. Webshot is a program that monitors web sites and RSS/Atom feeds for particular keywords, and alerts you if a particular keyword is Webshot. It can also learn about the kind of Webshot articles that interest you, and over time it will build up detailed knowledge about that kind of articles so that it can show you other articles it thinks you may find interesting.

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