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License:
Shareware (Free to try)
Size:
380 KB
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Downloads:
2210
Platform:
Windows XP
Publisher:
Oleansoft(more)
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Publisher's Descriptions
When you are using a computer (Office programs, Internet, E-mail, photo...) and you want to save your screen with important information for future review, you push the Print Screen button and the Quick Screen Note program makes screenshot and saves it into an archive as a JPEG file. You can review all screenshot's archive with the help QSN Viewer anytime you wish and also you can print out any screenshots.

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System Requirements
Processor min Celeron 500, RAM 32

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