Saturday, September 12, 2015

Taking Screenshots in PC-BSD

The "snipping tool" here is called "KSnapshot" and it takes a variety of screen captures, from full screenshots, to little snippets, depending on how you set it. So here is a shot of it after it took a portion of its own Handbook, and then that was displayed on the full screen........

So it isn't called "snipping tool" because this isn't Windows, but it has the same functionality, as well as the ability to set a time delay of several seconds before the capture is performed, just in case you want to make last-minute adjustments. 

I think the point I'm sneaking up on here is that using PC-BSD doesn't mean you have to feel deprived of those "goodies" you may be familiar with in Windows. It just means you aren't being harangued by Mighty Microsoft's arm-twisters as you enjoy using your new computer system. They can't do that, even if they wanted to, and I'm sure they want to, but it simply isn't possible because this system uses a whole other method of formatting the hard-drive prior to installing itself, and this keeps out those aggressive salesmen and other annoyances, and Peace has returned to the valley.

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