Tuesday, April 18, 2017

Ashampoo Snap Portable, the easy way to become a screenshot expert!
"Ashampoo's low-cost Snap 7 is a very solid alternative for those who don't want to shell out $50 for Snagit's screen capture capabilities." —Jeffrey L. Wilson, PCMag.com (Aug 10, 2016)
Ashampoo Snap enables users to capture with pixel perfect accuracy, edit and share screen contents either as single images or videos. The application comes with powerful image editing capabilities.

AshampooSnapPortable_9.0_2017.paf
Size: 137 MB (144,461,824 bytes) Packed Size: 46.4 MB (48,713,728 bytes)
MD5: FB78D2E44C3FD903400670077C19A8DB


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How to activate

  • Don't upgrade version 8 to this release, since they use different registry and you have to register a different license key for this.
  • Go to the Free Ashampoo Snap 2017 (100% discount) - SharewareOnSale event page.
  • Get the license key from the post-download page.
  • Run the portable app.
  • You can enter the license key without Internet connection; from its system tray menu: select Configure → Help → Activation Wizard → copy-paste the license key → click "Activate Now" → click "Continue anyway" → click "No" on the pop up dialog box → click "Save and Close" → from the system tray menu select "Exit Application" → restart it and it will be properly activated.
  • You can check the activation status by going to Help → Activation Wizard again, it will have green "Activated (unlimited)" text on the top right corner.
  • Backup/archive the whole portable app. folder after a clean exit—i.e. no PortableApps.comLauncherRuntimeData-AshampooSnapPortable.ini file in the Data folder.

Portability Notes

  • Ashampoo Snap do not have portable mode. It stores its settings in Windows registry and writes non essential data to Windows data folders while running.
  • Make sure it exits cleanly before plugging out your thumbdrive.
  • You can help by sending request to the official developer to add "portable mode" to their future release.

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