How To Take Screenshot In Windows 11

How To Take Screenshot In Windows 11

To take a screenshot in Windows 11, you can use one of the following methods:

  1. Press the “Print Screen” (PrtScn) key on your keyboard. This will capture the entire screen and save it to the clipboard. You can then paste the screenshot into an image editing program like Paint or Photoshop, or you can save it as a file by pressing the “Ctrl” + “V” keys to paste the screenshot and then going to “File” > “Save As” in an image editing program.
  2. Press the “Windows” + “Print Screen” keys on your keyboard. This will capture the entire screen and save it as a file in the “Screenshots” folder, which is located in the “Pictures” folder. The file will be named “Screenshot (number).png”, where the number represents the order in which the screenshot was taken.
  3. Press the “Alt” + “Print Screen” keys on your keyboard. This will capture a screenshot of the active window and save it to the clipboard. You can then paste the screenshot into an image editing program or save it as a file using the steps described above.
  4. Use the Snipping Tool. This is a built-in screenshot tool that allows you to capture a specific area of the screen or the whole screen. To use it, go to “Start” > “All apps” > “Windows Accessories” > “Snipping Tool”. Click on the “New” button to capture a screenshot, and then use the mouse to select the area of the screen that you want to capture. The screenshot will be saved to the clipboard, and you can paste it into an image editing program or save it as a file using the steps described above.
  5. Use the Game Bar. If you are using a PC that is running Windows 11 and you have the Xbox app installed, you can use the Game Bar to take a screenshot. To do this, press the “Windows” + “G” keys on your keyboard while you are in the game or app that you want to capture. This will open the Game Bar, and you can click on the “Screenshot” button to capture a screenshot. The screenshot will be saved to the “Videos” folder, which is located in the “Captures” folder.

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