Software information


Shareware (Free to try)


27 Feb 2015


Inbit Incorporated



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Size: 14.78 MB

Downloads: 5328

Platform: Windows (All Versions)

Review by Frederick Barton (Cybersecurity Editor)

on 09 Feb 2012

There are lots of alternatives to the standard Windows screenshot features. Since one is handier then the other, it is hard to choose from such a wide variety of tools that are available on the Internet. If you can't decide which one you should try, Full Shot is a good candidate. It will place shortcut buttons on every single window, letting you take screenshots at any moment without needing to open up an interface or look for hot keys.

If your Internet connection is slow, you may have to wait an extra minute to finish downloading the 10 Mb installation package. Full Shot is not freeware, so the setup wizard will first ask for a serial key. If you want a trial run before buying it, you can type "TRIAL" instead of a serial key.

Full Shot's interface is a simple image editor with some basic features like adding blur effects, drop shadows, cropping and more. While running the program as a system tray icon, you will find additional buttons on any window's title bar. They will be placed right next to the close, restore and minimize ones, so they will not get in your way when moving a window.

Besides simple functions, like capturing the whole screen, the current window or capturing by drawing a rectangle, you will find a button for object capturing. This will detect and highlight individual objects, such as toolbars, buttons or certain areas on a window. With a simple click of the mouse, the program will capture the highlighted object and nothing else. Another tool you will find very useful is for document capturing. If you have a text which will not fit on the screen because you have to scroll through it, this tool will capture the whole text, from top to bottom, in a single image, no matter how long the text may be.

These are the tools that will be placed on your windows by default. You can also add a freehand tool which will capture an area on the screen, drawn with the mouse by the user. Other tools include capturing just buttons or command bars, which can also be done with the object capture. After capturing something, the program's interface will show up where you can edit the image by adding callouts, certain effects, rotating the image, cropping it and more. Every screenshot you take will be displayed on separate navigation tabs which will be colored differently. When saving an image, you can choose from a wide range of formats, including .jpg, .bmp, .psd, .png, .tif and more.


Placing buttons on every window's title bar makes screen capturing very effective. This eliminates the need to access a whole interface or setting and remembering hot keys.


The software tends to slow the system down a bit. With Full Shot, you can capture the whole screen or a single element on a window with no more than a click on a button which will be placed at your disposal on any window.



FullShot Awards

FullShot Editor’s Review Rating

FullShot has been reviewed by Frederick Barton on 09 Feb 2012. Based on the user interface, features and complexity, Findmysoft has rated FullShot 4 out of 5 stars, naming it Excellent


out of 5