Tip of the Week: How to Use Windows 10’s Screenshot Tool
The screenshot is one of the great tools that users can use to capture information in their browsers. If you are using a PC, you have access to many of them. Once you set one, you can typically use the Print Screen key to capture the image. Today, there is a Snip & Sketch tool that provides better functionality and is much easier to use.
Let’s Go Through How to Use Snip & Sketch
Snip & Sketch is integrated right into Windows, not a browser. It provides users with several screenshot options that you can access by pressing Windows Key+Shift+S. Here is a list of the available options:
- A basic box selection, allowing you to click and drag to encompass your selection
- A freeform selection, allowing you to draw out your boundary
- Window snip, allowing you to select an active monitor to screenshot
- Fullscreen snip, taking the place of the Print Screen key, allowing you to take a picture of all your monitors simultaneously
This tool gives you a wider range of useful options than most of today’s screenshot programs and it can be used throughout Windows to capture images.
We hope you can use this extremely useful tool to make your screenshotting needs easier. If you like the tips and tricks we provide, return to our blog weekly!