If you are a graphic designer then you may be familiar with ColorPic or Gpic; for those of you who aren't familiar with those programs (or other alternatives) these are color picker and swatch programs (Gpic can convert PS .ase to GIMP .gpl and vice versa) that are great for retrieving color and some window info at the mouse cursor.
There are quite a few decent alternatives out there, but I wanted something more tailored to my needs since not only do I do graphic design, but I also build lots of GUI's in AutoHotkey and so I wrote a utility that is great for graphic design, but also good for building AHK GUI's.
Pixel Grabber V1.0 is a small utility that retrieves coordinate and color information at the mouse cursor simply by holding the Contol key and left clicking (Ctrl+Left Click). For now the information retrieved is the Windows title (not all windows have names), the Screen (Desktop) and Client (if exists) coordinates relative to the each, and the actual pixels color with the code and a preview of the color. All information is copied to the clipboard in subsequent order, but the clipboards contents can be cleared with a button.