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Friend's today techsukhen teach you how to take screenshot in laptop. If you want to capture a screenshot of something on your computer screen, Windows 10 offers you a couple of methods.
Whether you want to save the whole screenshot or just a part of it. Windows 10 has many built-in tools as well as many keyboard shortcuts to capture a screenshot.
Windows and Mac os have their own set of methods or commands for capturing screenshots on laptops. And this can be a challenge if you are not well-versed with them. But there is no reason to worry. I will cover every method in this article.
Here are the list of all methods to take screenshots on Windows 10, Windows 8, Windows 7, and Macintosh laptops.
Friends to take screenshots on windows 10 laptops there are many techniques available. All the methods are very easy and simple to use. The steps for how to take screenshots on a laptop windows 7 are the same. Let's see:
The easiest way is to take a screenshot of the entire screen of a laptop with the help of a print screen key (labeled ‘PrtSc’).
On some keyboards, basically in laptop keyboards, you need the help of a functional key (labeled like ‘Fn’) for using a print screen key. You will find the PrtScn button mostly in the top right corner of your keyboard.
Friends if you want to take a screenshot of the active window (The screen you are active on now), you can use the alt print screen key.
Want to take a screenshot of a specific portion of your screen then you can do it easily. Take a look:
Take a screenshot then paste it into another app and saving the image is a very lengthy process. So if you want to avoid this you can follow the below method:
This option is for gamers. Who wants to take a screenshot on a windows 10 laptop. You can also record videos with the help of the game bar.
Microsoft Windows includes many helpful utility tools. One of them snipping tool. With the help of this, you can easily take a screenshot and save it as an image without pasting it into another program.
Friends in Macintosh laptops, many methods are available to take a screenshot. Like windows 10, here you can take screenshots in different ways.
For this, you need to know about different commands. Which I have discussed very nicely in this article. Let’s check:
If you want to take a screenshot of the touch bar on the MacBook, hold the command + shift + 6 key tougher.
Related Reading: How to record screen on windows 10 for free?
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Friends to take a screenshot there are no different methods for different brands. No matter which laptop brand you use. Be it Lenovo, dell or hp.
If you use Windows 10 operating system on your laptop the method of taking screenshots is the same for all brands. Below is the list of some shortcut keys for taking screenshots on windows 10.
Print screen (PrtSc): It will take the entire screenshot of your display.
Alt + PrtSc: If you want to take the active window screenshot then use this combination.
Windows + shift +s: Your screen will dim and the mouse pointer will change. Use this for taking screenshots of a specific portion.
Windows + G: to open the game bar and take screenshots, record videos, etc.
Windows + S: take a screenshot and directly save it to the picture > screenshot folder.
Generally snip and sketch, snipping tool, and game bar are used to take a screenshot on the laptop. These are the windows 10 built-in screenshot tools.
But there are also many third-party apps available for taking screenshots like Snagit, greenshot, pickpick, Camtasia, etc.
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