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Where is this software developed?

Comment by bopperjr346
about PicPick 7 days ago

The software is pretty decent, although the scrolling screenshot feature needs a little more polishing.

At the time of this writing, the developer does not seem to disclose their company location on their website. As with any software that is designed to record anything on your computer, it's important to do a bit of background checking on it. I'll assume that the company location is not disclosed because it's a small developer, however, even in that situation, one individual or a small team might not have the resources to implement advanced security measures and malware software might not have less well-known programs on their radar for security checks.

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TABs

Positive Comment by RobCr
about PicPick Jun 2012

One tremendous advantage that PicPick has over the competition is Tabs. You can do a series of captures (I just mean a few separate captures), and carry on doing what you were doing. Later when you have the time, all your captures are waiting for you in Tabs (in the editor), waiting for you to do any editing, and then naming them for saving. Once you have been spoiled with that capability, it is near IMPOSSIBLE to go back to capture programs, THAT LACK TABS

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Love Repeat Last Capture & new ribbon style editor with gre ...

Comment by Chuong
about PicPick Jun 2011

Love Repeat Last Capture & new ribbon style editor with great tools too!

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I really like the integrated image editor. It's not as powe ...

Comment by isamux
about PicPick Jun 2011

I really like the integrated image editor. It's not as powerfull as the one that's coming with SnagIt but it a big advantage of this tool.

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