Press Windows+Print Screen to save a screenshot as a file. In other words, press and hold the Windows logo key and tap the Print Screen key, which may be labeled something like PrtScrn or PrtScn. (On a laptop keyboard, you may have to use Windows+Fn+PrtScn.)
There are two ways to open this built-in screenshot capture tool in Windows 10: Press Windows key + Shift + S (fastest way). In the Windows Search bar, type snipping, and then click Snipping Tool in the search results. 2 Click the drop-down arrow next to the Mode button.
[Windows] + [Print]: Screenshots can also be taken in quick succession in Windows 10. If you take a screenshot while holding down the Windows key, it will be saved directly as a PNG file. You can usually find it under “This PC” > “Pictures” > “Screenshots”. Windows 10 also automatically numbers the files in ascending order.
Save your screenshot as an image file. Click File, click Save, enter a file name, click a location on the left side of the page, and click Save You can change the screenshot's file type by clicking the Save as type drop-down box at the bottom of the window and then clicking a different format (e.g., JPEG) in the drop-down menu.
3. Take specific region screenshot (Steps required: 3) Windows 10 allows you to take a screenshot of any area on your screen, but your PC must be updated to Creators Update to use this feature. Steps: Press Windows + Shift + S keys to startup up the region screenshot taking tool. You’ll see a crosshair and your background will be blurred.
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