At the workplace, you need to take screenshots to share ideas with colleagues, get help from others by sharing the error screen, or quickly share your progress on a project. Some jobs also require you to take screenshots. For example, as a writer, I have to take screenshots to ensure readers visualize what I am talking about.
Even during your personal screen time, there are many instances where you need to take screenshots. For example, while buying something on Facebook, you may have to take a screenshot to talk to the seller, you can screenshot a financial transaction to have proof, or even save an awesome home decor idea you found online.
Even though it’s easy to take screenshots in Windows (just press Windows+PrtScn buttons), the default function is minimal. There is no robust editing tool available, it lacks many automation features, and taking screenshots in different ways can be a hassle.
If you need to take screenshots often, it’s compulsory to get a third-party screenshot software that fulfills all your needs. These tools can help you take screenshots in multiple ways, save them in your preferred place automatically (online/offline), and annotate them with powerful editing tools.
To help you find the right screenshot software for Windows, I will list some of the best Windows screenshot tools.