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Best Screen Capture Software for Windows, Linux and Mac OS

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We need to capture a limited portion of screen or full screen of desktop for support or documentation purpose. Sometime we need to take screenshot of full webpage which is not possible with normal PrtScn key. There are lot many screen capture software available in the market. Some of them are free and in some cases, you need to pay around $50 as premium for better options. Now a days, we are using Smartphone like Android, BlackBerry, iPhone for browsing the web or running numerous applications. There also we need screen capture tools to share the screenshots of these devices. Earlier we provided a list of screen capture tools for Android and tools like Capture It for BlackBerry. In this post, we going to list free and paid best screen capture software for Windows, Linux and Mac OS.

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