Screen captures and files are saved in the cloud by default and the link to the screenshot is copied to the clipboard the moment the image is taken. You can access all your files in ‘My captures’ here:
In the program settings you can choose to copy a picture to the clipboard directly or to save locally. To do this, right click on the icon in the system tray (where the clock is) and then Settings.
At present, the images and videos are stored for 365 days after you last accessed them (opened a link). After that the files will be permanently removed.
Drawing tools are disabled by default to let you take quick screenshots in one click. However, you can easily activate drawing functions: hold down the Ctrl key when taking the snapshot of the screen or press Ctrl to enable/disable the editor at the selection of screen area (when the screen is faded). When the drawing tools are enabled then a pencil sign is displayed near the cursor.
By the way, the Ctrl key can be changed in the program settings, tab 'Drawing'. There you can specify that the drawing tool is activated with each shot.
Unfortunately, in some older games, especially the ones released before 2010, you cannot capture an image. That depends on the graphics card, DirectX and the game technology. Such problems are not encountered in more recent games.
In the program settings, click on the field with the key combination and change at your discretion.
This is a key on a standard Windows keyboard. It is usually located on the top right.
The program can be uninstalled using one of the following options: