Many people like to use a program called Evernote to easily attach photos from their desktop to messages.
The popular program recently underwent some enhancements, however, only as often occurs, the enhancements also made using parts of the program uninviting. This is especially true for having the default option be that attachments were kept private. This is apparently no longer the case, leaving both personal and business users unhappy.
There are alternatives, though, to Evernote that are worth checking into, including a program called Jing which has both a free and pro version available. According to the developer, Jing lets you take snapshots, record up to 5 minutes of video, and edit pictures with other software. In seconds, you can share any of these features with co-workers, clients, students, or friends.
With Jing, you can take a picture of an entire window or just one area. It only takes one click to do it, too. It's just as easy to share that photo with friends on social media sites, such as flickr, twitter, and facebook. You can even insert it into a forum reply, a blog, or other form, including Wikipedia.
Recommended by Engadget, Jing is a plausible alternative to Evernote for those wanting a simple and quick way to pass on photos.