You can take good screenshots with several tools – this list contains the basic tools of the most common operating systems.
Tools on different OS
Windows 7, 8, 10, 11: Use the Windows Snipping Tool (not sure how to use the Snipping Tool? Find a step-by-step guide here)
Bandicam - Image Capture feature (contains also "Drawing mode" option where you can Highlight immediately the bug on the screen)
Keyboard commands on macOS are the fastest and most straightforward way to take a screenshot, both if you are capturing the entire screen or a selected portion of it:
For total screen captures: press cmd⌘ + L-Shift⇧ + 3
For screen section: key sequence cmd⌘ + L-Shift⇧ + 4
Home button + On/Off-button (older Versions)
On/Off-button + volume down (newer Versions)
Although all Android phones are different, the above mentioned button sequences should do the job on most Android phones. The list of different ways how to snap a screenshot on Android devices can be found here. We recommend to use the "ScreenMaster" application for taking screenshots which can be downloaded for free from Google Play.
Taking a screenshot on your Apple Device is as easy as pressing two buttons (literally!):
Press the Home button and On/Off button
Press the Side button and Volume + button
After taking a screenshot, a thumbnail will appear in the lower left corner of the screen. Tap on it to start editing your screenshot with Apple's Markup tools.