Screenshot is a quick way to visually share what’s on your screen. In many cases, a screenshot can also be a proof of application or a quick way to save information on screen that you might not otherwise be able to copy. It is an essential function no matter if you are using a desktop or mobile device.
Screenshot of Windows 11
There are many build methods in Windows 11 for taking a screenshot. There are quick modes for taking a screenshot, and there are stock apps that can take a time-delayed screenshot.
Quick screenshot – Windows 11
There are two ways to take a quick screenshot on Windows 11.
This method works with a single capture and can be used when something has suddenly left the screen.
- Tap on the Print a Screen key on the keyboard.
- Open an image editor e.g. Paint and use the keyboard shortcut Ctrl + V. to transfer the image from the video board to the image editor.
- Save the image.
Windows + PrntScreen
This method is almost as fast as the previous method but will automatically save the screenshot as a file.
- Tap on the Windows Keys + PrintScreen together when you want to take the screenshot with you.
- The screen will flash and the redesign will be saved.
- Open the Picture library folder.
- Go to Screenshot and the thumbnail is saved as a PNG file named Screenshot (number).
Image on time delay – Windows 11
To take a time-lapse screenshot on Windows 11, use the Snip & Sketch tool. This is a stock app on Windows 11 (and on Windows 10).
- Open the Start the record.
- Go to List of apps.
- Open Snip & Sketch.
- Click on the Without delay.
- Select a time delay interval: 3 seconds, 5 seconds, or 10 seconds.
- Click New.
- Use the time delay to set the screenshot.
- Choose the type of photo you want to take; area, window, or full screen.
- When caught, click the Save button and save the next drawing.
Windows 11 can still run apps built for Windows 10, Windows 8 / 8.1, and Windows 7. There are all sorts of third-party redesign tools you can install if you don’t enjoying the stock options. Greenshot and Shotty are two great apps to try out. They are free and have built-in tools for editing the screenshot after you take it. On that note, Snip & Sketch also has an established editor but it is far more basic than you will find in most third-party redesign tools. If you prefer to use the Snipping tool, it is still available on Windows 11.
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