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International grand opening for capture software brings novel file sharing prospects


Internet users celebrate after a 3-Step screen capture freeware tool is released

Frankfurt, Germany – February 4th 2009: German company TopByteLabs are celebrating the launch of their website and capture freeware program MagiCapture, which allows users to take screen shots of their computer screen, upload it to the MagiCapture server and share screen capture images with friends, colleagues and family.

The unique capture software allows users who sign up and download the tool to share their screen shots in just three simple steps; firstly they simply take the screen capture, then upload it to the MagiCapture server and they can instantly share the link where the image is being hosted. Each of these steps uses the computer clipboard, saving as .jpg images and uploading to FTP (file transfer protocol) for free during the 14 day trial version. Once this period is over uploads can only be made to the MagiCapture server but free use continues. TopByteLabs’ vision behind this venture is to give users the ability to share in an affordable, reliable and fast way, no matter where they are in the world.

“I could not be more excited about this launch, because I know what it will mean for users across the World Wide Web,” says Sander Pieterse, CEO of TopByteLabs Ltd.I have done the research that our product replaces and know what a time saver MagiCapture is for anyone that wants to show what is happening on his screen to somebody else. I see MagiCapture as nothing less than a product that will make online communication even more flexible and faster.”

TopByteLabs launched in 2004, creating and marketing Windows compression software for both business and home users. The company now have offices in both Germany and the UK and are pleased to be working in the field of capture freeware tools in addition to their other works. The website is currently still in beta, but TopByteLabs are aiming for MagiCapture to become a global online screen capture community, much like Flickr is for photography.

International software company TopByteLabs have recently launched their website and capture freeware tool, which allow users to take and share computer screen shots. The website is due to come out of beta and celebrate its final release in a matter of months and until then users are still able to use the free screen capture sharing software.



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