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by James 8 February 2009 5 Comments

PicPick is a freeware all-in-one graphics tool for webmasters, designers, software developers or simple home users. It has a screen capture module, color picker, pixel ruler, image editor.

PicPick was recommended to me by Bear Bottoms, and I think I’ll thank him again for that. But let me tell you about the program first and then you’ll decide what I should do.

At a first look I was a little bit puzzled. I said to myself: “OK, is it a screenshot capture program, an image editor, a color picker, what is it?”

PicPick Screenshot 1

PicPick Screenshot 1

I opened the image posted above for editing in PicPick after I captured it with the program that I was using for that purpose, ScreenshotCaptor. PicPick offers basic editing facilities, but they are more than enough if you ask me.

PicPick Screenshot 2

PicPick Screenshot 2

The program also features a pixel ruler, a color picker, a very good screenshot capture module with scrolling support and multi screen support. There is another interesting feature called whiteboard, in which you can draw over your windows before you make the screen capture, and the output image will be processed with the lines you added on top of the window. Cool stuff.

PicPick Screenshot 3

PicPick Screenshot 3



Although it won’t replace The Gimp as my favorite image editor PicPick will definitely be my favorite screenshot capture program for a long time to come.

Version Tested



Operating System

Windows All

Download link


Easy to use.

 Very feature-rich, a nice interface too.

 Doesn’t have a watermark option for screen captures.



PicPick will definitely replace ScreenshotCaptor as my favorite screen capture program because it offers more features and it’s more enjoyable to use. A great freeware program, thanks again to Bear Bottoms for pointing it out to me.

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If you have any trouble with this software just leave a comment, I’ll help you out! If you know better free programs in the same category, please let me know!



  • Sevensheaven said:

    Supertool, many thanks for the tip!

  • Johnny Karp said:

    Yes, it’s a great program indeed, I’m glad I found it. Nice logos on your website btw 🙂

  • janvg said:

    can i use picpick as a portable app (on my usb stick) so i can use it on different pc’s, without a registry footprint?

  • Johnny Karp said:

    Yes, PicPick has also a portable version that you can use from your USB stick.

  • rono said:

    you can test zscreen

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