How to take screenshots on Windows, macOS: Just follow these simple steps
Capturing screenshots at work is one of the most crucial things nowadays. Throughout a regular workday or during online classes, people often need to take screenshots on the working system to capture the work for various reasons.
How to take screenshots on Windows, macOS: Capturing screenshots at work is one of the most crucial things nowadays. Throughout a regular workday or during online classes, people often need to take screenshots on the working system to capture the work for various reasons. While many of us know how to take screenshots on mobile phones, taking screenshots on a laptop or PC is slightly tricky. The steps for capturing screenshots on PCs vary according to the software.
Both Windows and macOS laptops come with their own set of ways or commands to take a screenshot and to make things easy for you, we have explained a few simple ways to take screenshots on Windows and macOS Laptops.
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Here's how to take screenshots on Windows: The first option is 'Snipping Tool'. Then open the Start Menu and search for 'Snipping Tool'. Open the app, which will bring a pop-up offering you with screenshot options like ‘New’, ‘Mode’, ‘Delay’, ‘Cancel’ and ‘Options’. Tap on new, and to take a screenshot in freeform. In the ‘Mode’ option you can select the kind of screenshot shape you want.
Another option is Print Screen option, Head over to the window you want to take a screenshot off. Tap the ‘PrtScn’ to take a screengrab inside of your clipboard. You can now paste the screengrab onto a software that displays the image like Paint.
Screenshot of a specific portion without snipping tool: Tap Windows + Shift + S together. This will bring up a screenshot window, where you will be able to drag the mouse and select the portion you want to screenshot. After this, you can head over to Paint to paste the screenshot from your clipboard.
Directly save the screenshot: Tap the Window key + PrtSc button. This will then take the screenshot of the entire screen and store it in the ‘Pictures’ folder under a subfolder called ‘Screenshots’.
Here's how to take screenshots on macOS: Tap Command+Shift+3 together to take a screenshot of the entire screen. Tap Command+Shift+4 together to take a freeform screenshot. Tap Command+Shift+5 to get a box screenshot.
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