Dubai (UAE), January 2018 - Whether for a presentation, writing a cloud storage review, or saving someone’s daft social media post for posterity, the ability to make an image of your screen comes in handy. While computers have a built-in screenshot function, dedicated screen capture software advances this capability considerably.
The best screen capture software isn’t free, but most options are reasonably priced and come with a lifetime license. In return, you get more flexible capture capabilities and advanced editing features to alter your images.
This roundup sets out to find the top options for power users. Snagit snagged the number one spot, but each of the five selections merits consideration. Before naming the selections, the blog talks about what makes the best screen capture programs tick.