How to Capture Screenshots in Windows 10
by Hayate Abul Digital Marketing
A screenshot is a beneficial way to share ideas and content of your screen. Windows 10 is the latest Windows version available at present. And there are different types of ways of taking screenshots. So, here are the methods:
Capture a whole screenshot
In Windows series, Windows 10 is the latest one and here is the process of taking screenshots in Windows 10.
First, you can tap the Window and Print Screen buttons at the same time, and then the screen may blink for a second.
And now the second process is where to locate the screenshot. Go through these steps:
• Click on the file explorer and open pictures from the left hand.
• Then go to the screenshots folder.
• The latest screenshot will appear on the top of the screen.
Taking a screenshot of a single screen
If you want to take a single screen screenshot, then follow these steps:
• Click on the title bar of the window, if you’re going to take a screenshot.
• Tap Alt and Print Screen at the same time, and the copied screenshot will show your clipboard.
• Other devices want to click Alt, Fn, and Print Scanner together.
• Now, open Paint.
• To take a screenshot of the image, click Paste or tap Ctrl and V together.
• Crop the image by clicking on the Crop button from the top, and you can also go to the Image and click right for the Crop option.
• If you want to save the image, then tap File and click on Save or just press Ctrl and S at the same time.
• Select where you want to save the screenshot.
• Also, you can customize your file name, and by default the name is untitled.
• You have different types of format, like JPG, JPEG, and PNG. The highest quality of format is PNG and its optional.
By using Snipping Tools
• First, you can search Snipping Tool or Snip and Sketch and Now Press the Start Menu and search Snipping Tool.
• Launch the app. It comes on the top of search results. This app provides you any specific region to capture.
• After that tap New besides the drop-down arrow. This action gives you four capture options are, Free-form Snip, Rectangular Snip, Window Snip, and Full-screen Snip.
• Click on the New button and the screen will blur and the curser also converts into +.
• And now turn to save the screenshot. Press Save or Tap File and click Save as to save your System.
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Source : Screenshots
Created on Jun 20th 2019 10:03. Viewed 118 times.