Even users who fool around with their computer and never do anything useful with it (like working, for instance) occasionally experience the desire to experiment with graphics, play around with their system color settings or make a screenshot of a funny error alert. There is a set of tools that will help them do that properly and easily - VisToolBox. VisToolBox consists of three main utilities: a color picker, a screen capturer and a magnifying glass. While the latter may be of use only if you are professionally interested in pixel graphics, the first two will be beneficial to a wider range of computer users. A color picker allows you to pick a color from anywhere on the screen, automatically displaying the color values in RGB and HTML. A screen capture tool lets you make screenshots of the whole screen or a part of it and copy it to clipboard or save into a .bmp file. The two additional utilities include a path capture tool (you drag a file to the program window and it displays the path to the file) and an easy access to DOS prompt.
Try this pack of tools now and see for yourself the great advantage of using VisToolBox.