Upload Screenshots to Imgur from your Desktop

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Whether you’re experiencing computer problems or capturing high scores, you need a way to put those screenshots online for others to see. One way this can be done is by using the Snipping Tool, saving it, and uploading it somewhere online. It would be much easier if this can all be done with the click of a button. This is where HyperDesktop comes in.

HyperDesktop is a free, easy way to capture, edit and share screenshots on the internet right from your desktop. Basically, all you have to do is take a screenshot and paste the link online. Simply, use one of the customizable shortcut keys for either of the three different types of captures; Entire screenshot, Selective Screenshot, or Window Screenshot.

As soon as you snap a screenshot, an optional edit dialog will display allowing you to draw on the image with the pen tool or add text.

When you’re happy with the results, click OK and HyperDesktop automatically uploads the screenshot to Imgur and copies the URL to the clipboard for easy sharing. It doesn’t just have to be Imgur, it can also upload straight to your site or storage location via FTP. You can also save screenshots locally.

Hyperdesktop works on Windows XP, Vista, 7 and 8 both 32 and 64-bit.

If you’ve been looking for a quicker way to take and upload screenshots, check out Hyperdesktop.

Download HyperDesktop

Check out some of the other great free Imgur tools: http://imgur.com/apps

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Written by Robert Carreno

Robert began making video tutorials on YouTube nearly 7 years ago. Teaching Photoshop and Sony Vegas, he's made over 250 video tutorials helping almost 6 million people and has been recognized by Sony. He loves being able to share his knowledge with others and inspiring them to create something awesome.

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