Welcome loyal visitors to merdekablog.com! This time the administrator will provide a tutorial on how to take a screenshot of Windows 10. Taking screenshots or screenshots on PC is a practical way to share anything.
Maybe the visitor wants to share something the visitor has seen online, or maybe the visitor’s computer has crashed, and the visitor wants to show tech support what the visitor saw.
There are many different ways to take a screenshot on a Windows 10 PC, and there are several ways to capture what appears on the visitor’s screen and add it to the visitor’s clipboard.
Some allow the visitor to select a group of screens to capture, and one allows the visitor to instantly capture the entire screen and save it as a PNG image file.
We will discuss the different ways visitors can take screenshots in Windows 10 and explain the options for getting more advanced and better screenshots.
The visitor’s keyboard should have a Print Screen button, although it may be written with an abbreviation, such as “PrtSc”. It may also be a secondary function of the button.
So the visitor may need to use the “Fn” key on the visitor’s keyboard to use it. Once the visitor has determined to lock the Print Screen and whether it is necessary to press the “Fn” key to use it.
How to take a screenshot for Windows 10 in 2 easy steps
If the visitor just wants to take a screenshot of everything happening on the screen so the visitor can share it with someone, the process is straightforward.
You can also use a modified process to capture only the active window of the visitor.
Click the Print Screen button. (Alternative: To capture the active window only for the visitor, press Alt + Print Screen instead.)
This will immediately take a screenshot of the visitor’s entire view (including all desktops the visitor owns), or the visitor’s active window if the visitor follows an alternate process.
The screenshot is added to the visitor’s clipboard, allowing the visitor to paste it somewhere else.
Paste the screenshot where the visitor wants. You can paste them into an image editor, such as Paint 3D, to edit and save them.
Alternatively, visitors can share it with friends or colleagues by pasting the image into chat or email. That’s it if the visitor just needs a way to quickly share what’s on the visitor’s screen.
However, there are more complex ways to capture screen on PC.
How to capture the entire screen directly into a file
The above process is useful for one-time screenshots, but if a visitor needs to quickly take a series of screenshots, we have a better process.
Copying to clipboard means that visitors have to paste the screenshot somewhere else before taking a new screenshot.
If the visitor did not paste it somewhere, the first screenshot will be replaced with the second screenshot. So, instead, visitors can use this method to quickly take screenshots.
Windows prompts you to save it immediately as a PNG image file. Just press Windows key + Print screen.
alternative: Add the Alt key to the key combination to save a quick screenshot only of the active window of the visitor.
That’s just. After the visitor performs this step, Windows saves the file. By default, it will appear in the file path of the visitor’s computer folder > Pictures > This screenshot.
When a visitor takes a screenshot of the active window, they may not go to that folder. In the case of the administrator, the administrator sees that the capture goes to the path of Computer File > Video > Capture.
Windows will display a popup when this alternative technology is used, so that the visitor can see where the visitor’s screenshot is stored.
How to take a screenshot of only part of the screen in Windows 10
If visitors prefer to be more accurate with visitor screenshots, Windows 10 has many tools that can help visitors.
The first is the Snipping Tool, but Microsoft plans to replace it with Snip & Sketch, which performs the same function. The supervisor will focus on the latter.
Because this will have the most benefit once this switch is created.
1. Launch the Snip & Sketch app.
You can simply type “Snip & Sketch” into the Windows 10 search bar to find and launch the app.
2. At the top left of Snip & Sketch, tap on the New button.
This will darken the visitor’s screen and provide several options at the top of the screen. If a visitor wants to take a hanging screenshot, they can click the down arrow next to the New button.
3. Screen selection
Click and drag to draw a box around the part of the screen that the visitor wants to capture.
alternative: Visitors can also draw a freeform capture area by selecting the freeform option from the buttons at the top of the capture screen.
Like the first screen capture technique I did, this method takes a screenshot and adds it to the visitor’s clipboard.
Snip & Sketch will also soon show visitors new screenshots within the app, allowing visitors to quickly edit them and save them as files.
If your visitors want to take a quick additional screenshot using Snip & Sketch, some recent versions of Windows 10 use the keyboard shortcut Shift + Windows Key + S to go directly to capture mode.
Hence, the official discussion so that visitors can easily apply Windows 10 screenshots to visitors computers. Hope it was useful, thank you.