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Automatically Take a Screen Capture of your Desktop

If you are sharing your desktop with other people you might want to keep track of what activities are being done on your PC. Auto Screen Capture is a freeware tool which lets you capture screenshots of your desktop at regular intervals of time. You can set the time interval and also the capture interval. You can specify the folder where the screen captures need to be saved.
 
This tool also helps in helps in analysing the time spent on a particular task. All the capturing is done automatically by the app without any user intervention.
Features;
  • Easy to use
  • Support Windows 98, ME, NT, 2000, XP, 2003, Vista and Win 7 Systems
  • Captures screenshots at regular interval
  • You can set the time span for which the screenshots are to be taken.
  • The exe in the installation directory is portable
  • With an elegant GUI the user can set the parameters easily before starting the screen capture.
 Download Auto Screen Capture

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