CaptureWizPro has a neat little feature that will allow you to capture screenshots from Windows. The way that this works is that when you view something on the screen with the Windows operating system, such as a pop up window or something of the sort, you can select the Print Screen button. When you do so, a window will open and what you see in that window is captured in a screenshot. If you save that screenshot and then click the" Print Screen" button, the screenshot that you captured will be saved into your computer's hard drive. This feature will allow you to make a backup copy of anything you want to keep in the computer in case something happens to your primary computer, which would render it useless.
In addition to that, another unique feature of CaptureWizPro that sets it apart from similar programs is the ability to use it as a Windows GPS. If you are interested in taking advantage of a Windows GPS, all you have to do is open up the software and point the Windows GPS unit at the closest point within the desktop or in any other location on your computer where you have signed up to receive directions to somewhere. If you do this, and if you have the Tile Positioning feature activated, your directions to your destination will be automatically recorded and show up on your screen in real time.
While this is an innovative feature of CaptureWizPro, it does work in a very basic way, as it does not have any predictive features built in. What it does have instead, is a simple set of screens that let you record whatever it is you are doing on your computer, without having to look at any additional screen options. If you want to share a screen capture with someone else, all you have to do is click on the "Share Screens" icon and your captured screen will appear. This is very useful for making presentations and sharing real-time information with other people, since everything is already there at your finger tips - and CaptureWizPro can save you a lot of time and effort!