WhiteBoard is a fun tool which allows you to draw with markers on a virtual white board. It comes packed with limited features and can be seamlessly used, even by individuals with less or no experience in software programs.

The interface of the application resembles a white board, and you can select any of the four colored markers to start drawing - red, green, blue or black. Once you click one of them, the mouse cursor takes its shape.

In addition, you can use an eraser, right-click any spot on the board to start inputting text, clear the entire board from the Help menu, as well as resize the main application window.

The current modifications to the white board are automatically saved when you exit the tool, in order to use them for further drawings.

The simplistic software application contains a brief help file for inexperienced users, has a good response time to key commands and mouse events, and uses a moderate quantity of CPU and system memory, so it shouldn't be an issue to the computer's overall performance.

We have not encountered any problems in our tests, as WhiteBoard did not hang, crash or display error notifications. Thanks to its intuitive layout and limited features, beginners can quickly get accustomed to WhiteBoard.