I have been sharing numbers of post about windows 10. Maybe because i just upgraded to this version, which is great. Today i’m sharing 5 ways i use in taking screenshots on windows 10.
As a tech and how-to blogger taking screenshots is very important as it helps in serving tutorials in a plata of gold as the saying goes, “picture speak a thousand words” just to make any tutorial i’m sharing understandable and detailed.
You may be unaware of how to screenshot on windows 10 because it is relatively new. As such, we showcase 5 ways you can screenshot anything particularly if you are using Windows 10.
Snipping tool is Windows’ built-in screenshot tool. This option comes with every Windows Operated laptop. Finding Snipping Tool in Windows 10 is not difficult. Simply search for snipping tool in the search panel. Select the Snipping Tool app. As the Snipping Tool opens, click New to capture a new screenshot.
Windows Shift + S
Another good way to take screenshot on Windows 10 is, using windows Shift S to capture a region of your screen and copy it to your clipboard. After you press Windows Shift S, the screen is dimmed, and a cursor is shown, that you can use to draw on the screen the region that you want to capture in a screenshot. Draw the area that you want to capture and release the mouse cursor.
Tap on the Prtsc button on your keyboard. Pressing the button captures the whole screen. Now open an image editor like Paint. Press Ctrl V to paste the content. Save the image after cropping to your taste.
Windows Key Print Screen
This option is one of the option i mostly use it captures your screenshot and automatically saves them. To capture your entire screen and automatically save the screenshot, tap the Windows Key PrtScn. The screen will dim for a second to let you know that the screenshot has been captured. Now find the saved snapshots in the following location Pictures > Screenshots folder.
Windows Key H
If you would like to capture your entire screen for sharing purposes, you can use the Windows Key H keyboard shortcut. This will capture your entire screen.
Alt Print Screen
To take a quick screenshot of the active window, use the keyboard shortcut Alt PrtScn. This will snap your currently active window and copy the screenshot to the clipboard. You will need to open the shot in an image editor to save it.
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