Draw-On-Screen is a lightweight Windows application whose purpose is to help you draw on your screen in order to highlight certain ideas while giving presentations or leave messages to other users.
The program sports an intuitive layout that allows you to set up the dedicated parameters in no time. You may enable or disable the drawing mode using simple clicks.
Draw-On-Screen gives you the possibility to create drawings which appear on top of other documents, programs, or other files. You cannot make use of an eraser for deleting unwanted parts from the drawing but you can clear the entire drawing with a single click.
What’s more, you are allowed to adjust the size of the brush and choose between several preset colors. The tool also helps you save the drawing into the application’s panel and load it in your future projects.
A few configuration parameters are hidden under the hood for helping you keep the program on top of other windows and draw using the left mouse button or ‘Shift’ key and mouse movement.
Tests have pointed out that Draw-On-Screen carries out a task quickly and without errors. It is not a resource hog so you can keep it running in the background without having to worry that it burdens the overall performance of your computer.
All things considered, Draw-On-Screen accommodates basic features under its hood for helping you draw freely on your screen, and is suitable especially for less experienced users. There’s no support for advanced parameters so you cannot choose between several brush types, make use of hotkeys for enabling and disabling the drawing mode, and insert lines, circles, and rectangles, just to name a few suggestions.