As we all know, we can hit the PrintScreen key to capture the whole screen to clipboard, or press Alt + PrintScreen to grab the screenshot of the active window. But if you want to capture screenshot with cursor or pop up menu in it, you have to use the third-party software, for example, Gadwin.
Gadwin is very simple and easy to use, it’s by far not the best one, but it’s free.
- Supports customizing the hot key for capturing, if your PrintScreen key is corrupt, Gadwin will rescue you from the dilemma.
- Allows you preview the captured screenshot before saving it to disk.
- Supports capturing: Current Window / Client Window / Full Screen / Rectangular area.
- Supports grabbing mouse cursor.
- Supports resizing captured image to specified size and maintain aspect ratio.
- Supports adding shadow / stamp( text ) to captured image.
The captured image which includes menu and cursor.
- Under the source tab, choose “Current Window” to capture active window with cursor / menu in it.
- Choose “Client Window” to capture the sub window of active window, for instance: pop up menu, dropdown menu, button / static text / list box / combo box / edit box, including windows task bar, windows start button, windows start menu, etc.
- It does not support capturing scroll window.
- It does not support editing image.
- It does not support capturing video.
- It does not support capturing text on the screen.
Gadwin PrintScreen supports Windows 7, Windows XP, etc.