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  1. Hi. I just want to share my way to make screenshots. I use this while overclocking and everyday use. MiniCap Portable does not need .NET and works on Win 2K, WXP, W7 and probably on vista, 8 and 10. It's easy to use. You can launch this from command line and it has visual interface also. I always do a shortcut for example: Start command (in first window) is: C:\CAP\MiniCap.exe -save "$date$ $dt:%H_%M$-n$uniquenum$.jpg" -capturedesktop -compress 9 -exit I use the program everyday. Quick, simple, works even on 486 (tested on W2K and AMD 486DX-4 without L2 cache) After download quick look to MiniCap.chm (helpfile): I think that's the owners official site when you can download it from:"MOUSER's software" LINKI wish you people lots of great screenshots
  2. I am very interested to find out how far back in versions of Windows benchmarks and CPUz will work on. I am doing a test of some ancient hardware come this spring, and it would be nice to be able to know if CPUz (and anything else, like Hwbot Prime, or GPUPI, etc...) would even work on some of the hardware. And when I say ancient, I mean systems from 1990 and up... So, from running Windows 3.x, to Win 95, and onwards. If you were wondering, I am going to be testing if Moore's Law has also had an effect an CPU performance over the years, and not just transistor count. Thanks!