|Screen Loupe 2000|
|Copyright © 1991-2019 by Gregory Braun. All rights reserved.|
Screen Loupe 2000 is a small utility that displays a magnified view of whatever is beneath the mouse cursor, much like a jeweler's or printer's loupe. You can copy the contents of the Loupe window to the clipboard as well. The captured image can be pasted into any graphics program and most word processors.
Screen Loupe's main viewing window can be resized, and an option is included to lock the current view. This makes Screen Loupe a great screen capture utility. The current desktop coordinates of the mouse cursor and the RGB color of the pixel directly underneath the mouse can also be displayed.
While Screen Loupe was originally designed for graphic design work it also makes a great general purpose screen magnification utility for computer users with sight impairments.
Screen Loupe now includes options to monitor a specific area of the desktop instead of normal mouse tracking.
Screen Loupe can be configured to optionally place its icon in the taskbar notification tray.
Click on the following link to view a screen shot of Screen Loupe.
|Version 6.0||Adds support for Windows Vista, 7, 8 and 10 operating systems.|
|Download||LOUPE32.ZIP (631K Bytes)|
|Install||Loupe_Setup.exe (646K Bytes)|
|Updated||April 27th, 2013|
|Installation||Unzip to a temporary directory or run Loupe_Setup.exe|
|Price||Free to try, $14.99 if you decide to keep it.|
|Support||E-Mail for Screen Loupe user support|
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