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How to take screenshots on any Windows 10 computer in many different ways

 

 How to take screenshots on any Windows 10 computer in many different ways



There are many ways to take screenshots on Windows 10.


Windows 10 offers several ways to take screenshots of your entire computer screen, or simply select parts of it.

The fastest way to take a screenshot on Windows 10 is by pressing the "PrtScn" button on your keyboard. There are various major combo's to take screenshots of parts of the screen.

Microsoft also provides a snipping tool to take custom screenshots and draw on images.

You can take screenshots within the game by opening the game bar with Windows + G keyboard shortcuts.

How to take screenshots on any Windows 10 computer in many different ways

If you need to capture a screenshot of something on your computer screen, Windows 10 provides a variety of ways to do just that.


Whether you want to save the entire screen, or a piece of it, we've rounded up all the most common techniques for taking Windows 10 screenshots.





How to take a screenshot on Windows 10 with PrtScn key

The simplest way to save a copy of whatever is on your computer screen is to simply press the "Print Screen" key on your keyboard. It is usually labeled "PrtScn" (or something similar) and is located in the top row, between or above the function keys.



On some keyboards (especially laptops) you may have to trigger the print screen using a function key (in other words, hold down the function key and then press PrtScn).


The prtScn key copies the entire screen to the clipboard, so you can paste it elsewhere, but there are several modifier keys you can use to change the way this key works.




Windows has several PrtScn variations:


Press Prtccn. It copies the entire screen to the clipboard. You can paste screenshots into any program that displays pictures, such as Paint or Microsoft Word.





*** Press Alt + PrtScn. It copies the active window to the clipboard, which you can paste into another program.


*** Press Windows key + Shift + S. The screen will dim and the mouse pointer will change. You can drag to select a part of the screen to capture. The screenshot will be copied to the clipboard, which you can paste into another program. (This shortcut only works if you have the latest version of Windows 10 installed, called the Windows 10 Creators Update.)




*** Press the Windows key + PrtScn. This saves the entire screen as an image file. You can find it in a subfolder called "Screenshot" in the "Pictures" folder.

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