There are kinds of Users they interact with Microsoft Operating System via Window, and Windows 10 is largely growing operating system globally instead of other Platforms. Windows 10 comes with numbers of features. like Cast the Windows Screen via Connect Application, Snip & Sketch, Photos 3D, and many features introduced in Updated Windows 10.
Take Screenshot in Windows 10 is not hard work, you have to just press the Print button of Keyboard and paste it to where you wanna send it or save it. this is the too old method to take Screenshot, you can take screenshot easily with different ways and with different Shortcuts.
Here i am going to share 4 different methods to take screenshots in Windows 10.
- Print Button of Keyboard
- Windows + Print
- Windows + Shift + S
- Alt + Print
By Print Screen
If you are like Oldschool Method, you can take the screenshot by pressing the PrntScn button of your keyboard. Your computer will save a copy of the screen whatever you were doing. Now open any editing app Like paint, Editing tool and paste on it.
By WIN + PrtScr
This is Sounds Odd but traditional, Press the Win + PrtScr on Working Screen. Then now go-to the Pictures library on your computer or Press (Win + E) and Check the Picture Menu and there you will see a Folder Named Screenshot. Open the Screenshots folder and you find the screenshot saved in here with the name of Screenshot(with numbers value).
By WIN + Shift + S (Snippet Tool)
In Windows 10 Snip tool comes with an additional feature, it comes with three functionality
- Free to Form
- Full Screen
The first one is rectangular form which helps you to select the area by drag the mouse over the screen it will cover the screen in rectangular form and when you release the mouse the Screenshot saved into Clipboard history the Second one is Free Form Selection, its allow you to cover that particular area which you want and its also saved screenshot into Clipboard history, and the last one is Fullscreen Caption just press on it and your screenshot snap will be saved in Computer. You can access screenshot anytime through the Clipboard History by Press (Win + V).
By Alt + PrntScr
its Work as similar as Normal Screenshot as you press on PrntScr Key but it gives you the result without Context. looks like old school method but have few little changes. Which is too good for those who don’t want to show what they are doing on PC or Laptop.