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Ways to take a computer screenshot



If you are an ongoing user of your computer, you need to pass the moment you want to take a screenshot of your computer. Maybe you want to save a specific piece of information from a particular site, or you want to show some functionality that you are performing on one. You might want to send a photo of your game results to a friend to inspire competition between the two.

Yes, it was not a good decision to make a cell phone screen as a cell phone. After returning to the image you will find that it is of low quality and unclear features. So have you ever thought about how to take a screenshot of your computer? There are many ways how to take screenshots of your computer without needing to use different programs. And you can quickly use your favorite method. 1

Ways to take a computer screenshot
We offer a variety of ways to take pictures of a computer screen that you can apply to a desktop or laptop computer.

Use the print screen key
You can make a screenshot of the entire screen lock on the keyboard as PtrSc, as shown on the keyboard. All you need to do is press this key at the top of the keyboard.

You will see no signs that the screenshot has already been lifted. However, you can paste the image into the document you want now by clicking Ctrl + v in the desired document to get the image displayed. But if you want to keep it as a permanent image on your device, you can simply open the Photo Editing program (for example) and paste the image onto it. You can now change the image to make it smaller or smaller, or to make various adjustments that include adding and writing to it and others. Then click the "Save" button to save it in the appropriate format and where you want it.

Or you can shorten this process by pressing PrtSc + Windows keys together and a screenshot of the entire computer is taken and automatically saved to your clipboard in the file called Screenshot.

Working part of the screen
If you do not want to fully display the contents of your screen, you can write a partial movie of the screen. So press Shift + S + Win at the same time. The screen will now be highlighted, and an indicator will come up that lets you cut the image and choose a location that allows you to display it in the image.

Again, save the image in a photo-editing program like a picture and repeat the previous steps.

Use the cutting tool
You can use the pinch tool to cut through any part of the screen and save as you want. All you have to do is open the program and choose the options and options that you want to cut from the "arrow" button or the arrow next to the word.

For example, you can freely move the room you want, select a specific window and take a full picture or plant it as a rectangle. It also gives you the benefit of casting full screen image as a PrtSc key.

You can also edit the image to record notes in the image, such as using the yellow or a pen to display the options displayed in the program bar.










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