I find that a lot of friends don’t know square drive screws exist. BUT … once you have used a square drive, you will probably never want to use a phillips or flat head again.
What is a square drive screw you ask? Well, it’s a screw with a perfectly square whole in the top. Then you have a matching bit, that fits in perfectly. You’re chances of stripping a square drive screw are about one in a thousand, where conversely, your chances of stripping a phillips, is about one in one.
The screws are the same price, and the bits are as well, so if you have a choice, buy the square ones.
Oh yeah, a picture is worth a thousand words!