ShareX is now available in the Windows Store
ShareX is one of the best screenshotting tools for Windows 10. When in comes to screenshotting tools, this is one of the best Windows 10 apps together with Snipping Tool and PrntScr.
Installing ShareX on Windows 10 got easier
ShareX developers brought the app into the Windows Store, and you can now get it without going through the official website of the application.
The fact that ShareX reached the Windows Store also means that users can use it on Windows 10 S devices like the Surface Laptop where a powerful screenshotting tool will turn out extremely useful for most users.
ShareX is a free and open source program that allows you to capture or record any area of the screen and then share it with just one press of a key. The app also lets you upload images, text and other types of files to more than 80 supported destinations.
ShareX supports lots of ways to capture or record your screen, and there are various configurable screen capture settings such as showing the cursor, delayed capture, transparent window capture, multiple region selections with all kinds of shapes and so on.
ShareX features an advanced hotkey system that allows you to use any of the capture methods, tools and upload options with their own task settings. These are called workflows, and they let every hotkey have its own after capture tasks, destination, after upload tasks and so on. You will be able to set your screen recording hotkey to upload to a particular destination, bypassing the default one. Only videos will be uploaded to the configured file destination.
The app is free, open source, and it doesn’t bother you with all kinds of ads. You can download it from the Windows Store.
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