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How to take screenshots on Windows 10

 There are many tools for screenshots in Windows. You don't need to install another application if you just want basic screenshots. Here's how to take a screenshot on windows 10:

Print Screen (PrtSc)

You can use print screen to take a screenshot and it will be automatically saved as a file, or without being saved, or take a screenshot of only one window (not the entire screen). The print screen button is usually named "PrtScn," "PrntScrn," "Print Scr," or something similar.

Press “Windows + PrtScn.” If you are using a tablet, press “Windows + volume down key.” The screen dims momentarily and the screenshot image is saved as a file in the Screenshots folder (at /Users/Username/Pictures/Screenshots). If the Screenshots folder does not exist, Windows will create it automatically. The screenshots are automatically named as “Screenshot (Amount) .png” with a number indicating the screenshot counter index.

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Note: The screen will only dim if you have enabled “Animate windows when minimizing and maximizing” in your visual effects settings. (Control Panel>System> Advanced system settings> Click the Advanced tab> Click Settings in the Performance section).

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On some laptops and other devices, you may need to press "Windows + Ctrl + PrtScn" or "Windows + Fn + PrtScn" instead. Check the manual for the laptop or device for more information.

Screenshot of Unsaved Screen

Press "PrtScn". A screenshot of your screen has been copied to the clipboard, you can just paste it wherever you want. The image dimensions will be the same as your desktop resolution.

Screenshot of One Window only

Click on the title bar of the window you want to screenshot. Press “Alt+PrtScn“. A screenshot of the window will be copied to the clipboard, pasting it wherever you want.

Hopefully, this article about take screenshots on Windows 10, gives you a little insight. Also, read an article about Task View in Windows 10. that you may need to know. Thank you.

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