A ver few people click the article and probably think that: “It’s not that much easy to take a screenshot from windows 10? You have to just press the print screen button and screenshot will save to the clipboard. That is the easiest way to take a screenshot from your window 10 and save it the clipboard.
But on another hand window 10 is giving you many other ways to take a screenshot, many of them are a good option from just click the print screen button, depending on your requirements. So below we are listed 7 other tricks how to take screenshot from windows 10.
Alt + Print Screen
One of the simple process to take screenshot is that press the Alt plus Print screen button from your device and that action will take the screenshot of your whole screen and that will be save to your clipboard directly so then you can access to that screenshot. That is the most handy use for the screenshot.
Win + Print Screen
This is another friendly key combination you should use in your daily workflow. By clicking Win + Print Screen that takes screenshot of your entire screen and saves it directly to the drive. The photos are saved in the Pictures library, in the Screenshots folder, as PNG files.
This is the best way to create the screenshot from your device immediately. Its a easy and quick way from clicking Print Screen and then pasting the image into an image processing application like normally Paint in most of the device. Unfortunately, you can not click Alt + Win + Print Screen to save an image of the active window of your device.
Win + H
If you use Universal Windows apps, You can find the win and H button in your handy device and with the combination of these two buttons you take a screenshot. All you need to press both of it and the device will come up with the screenshot.
For desktop users, it’s not as friendly as the two shortcuts showed above , but there is another way to screenshot in Windows 10.
Windows + Volume Down
The final set of shortcuts here is one for tablet users. All you need here is to press the home button plus volume down button at a same time and it will take a screenshot of your entire screen and save it to the Screenshot folder on your device.
The Snipping Tool is one of software solutions provided in Windows 10. This app gives you the access over the shortcut of your screenshot from your device, by allowing you to make a combination from your setting for the screenshot. It has one more advance function that you can delay your screenshot to click the perfect moment. After the Snipping Tool captures the selected area of your screen, you can also highlight whatever to want to do in your screenshot. It’s then easy to save the screenshot as an image to your drive.
If you want to take a screenshot, creating a shortcut key according to your handy (keyboard shortcut). Go to the Windows Explorer and browse to the Windows / System32 folder from your device. Look for SnippingTool.exe folder in your device, do right-click on it and select Create Shortcut. You can place this shortcut somewhere hidden, in your Documents or Downloads folder. Then right click and select the properties. You will see the field Shortcut Key, you can set your shortcut.
Windows Inking Tools
If you have a device that supports stylus input through Windows Ink, there are some other smart ways to take screenshot. First you will see opening the Ink Workspace, which will seen by clicking the pen icon in the task bar, and then tab on ‘screen sketch’. From here, a full screenshot is captured and opened in a window.
Another way to take a screenshot is to double click the eraser button on your stylus, set your stylus support that feature from your device. The Surface Pen included with some Microsoft Surface products is one such stylus that has this functionality.
Game DVR (in Games)
This is an extra screenshot facility provided as part of Windows 10’s Game Bar and Game DVR. When the game DVR is active and accessible you can take a screenshot in games by hitting Win + Alt + Print Screen (or any shortcut of your choice). You will get the notification that your screenshot is done successfully, and image is saved in your picture folder of our device.
To go back to the Game DVR’s screenshot feature, open the Xbox app, Click to the Game DVR click the settings menu in it, and check the box that will show “record game clips and screenshots using Game DVR”. This screenshot function only work out in the game, and the Xbox app does a reasonable job of detecting what is and isn’t a game.