3 Ways to Screen Capture in Windows 10
Doing screen capture on Windows 10 is very easy. For those of you who don’t know, there are at least three ways you can do it.
First, use the Snipping Tools program, which is a default program from Windows.
This program allows you to save the screen display by selecting which part of the screen you want to save.
You simply specify the starting point to take a screenshot, then drag with the mouse until the area of the screen you want to capture is all covered.
Screen Capture in Windows 10 Use Snipping Tools. Liputan6.com/Mochamad Wahyu Hidayat
Next, click Save As and specify the location where you want to save the screenshot image file.
Next, you open Windows Explorer and find the location of the folder you selected earlier for the screenshot.
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Another way you can go is to press the PrtSc (Print Screen) button .
When you press that button, you automatically copy one full screen that appears on your device.
Furthermore, you can paste ( paste ) the screenshot to the body of the email, to the WhatsApp chat (if you are opening WhatsApp Web), to social media (if you are opening social media in the browser ), and others.
In short, the essence of this method is copy-paste the screen display.
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Screen Capture in Windows 10 Use the Print Screen Button
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In addition, you can also do screen capture in Windows 10 and save it directly in the C: Users Username Pictures Screenshots folder, by pressing the PrtSc button and the Windows icon button.
Each time you press the two buttons, the full screen display will be saved to the folder.