Download link for Snipping Tool for Windows 7 Home Basic

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I installed Windows 7 Home Basic edition today and was just working my way around it until I found out that there’s no snipping tool pre-installed. I would love if you provide me the link for snipping tool for windows 7 home basic. 

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Download link for Snipping Tool for Windows 7 Home Basic

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I know how the snipping tool can come handy when you need to save something from the screen. In Windows7 Home basic it’s not pre-installed but you can install it manually. All win7 users can use snipping tool, all you have to do is download the tool and follow the instructions and voila, it’s installed. Good luck.

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Download link for Snipping Tool for Windows 7 Home Basic

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Snipping Tool is a screenshot utility that ships with Microsoft Windows Vista and later versions of Microsoft Windows. It allows you to take a screenshot of an open window, free-form area, rectangular areas, or the entire screen which can then be annotated using a tablet or a mouse as an image file in PNG (.png), JPEG (.jpg or .jpeg), and GIF (.gif) formats and also in MHTML file.

The Snipping Tool provides users with basic image editing functions for the snapshot where you can use different colored pens, a highlighter, and an eraser. When Windows Vista was not yet around, the Snipping Tool was included with Windows XP Tablet PC Edition 2005 which was originally released as a PowerToy for the Microsoft Tablet PC during its unveiling on November 7, 2002.

The Snipping Tool is also included in Microsoft Windows 10 and added a new Delay function which allows users to perform a timed capture of the screenshots. The Snipping Tool is included in Windows 7 but not for Basic and Starter editions that’s why you don’t have it on your system because you have Home Basic Windows 7.

If you need to use the Snipping Tool, you can use Snipping Tool Plus. Supports Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows 8.1, and Windows 10.

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