Screenshots are useful for many reasons. One popular use is to help others learn to navigate through various types of software. Another use for screenshots is to get help with troubleshooting. If you are having trouble with a program or a constant annoyance that you just can’t figure out you can easily take a screenshot and email it to a trusted technical advisor. But sometimes the screenshot might show more than you want to show, especially if it’s full-screen. There may be unneeded parts that show part of the desktop wallpaper, or other software open at the moment. Why distract others from the important information? Remove unnecessary details from the screenshot with just a few easy steps.