Windows 11: 4 quick ways to take a screenshot on your PC
Speaker 1: Taking a screenshot on windows 11. Isn't that different from taking one on windows 10? It's pretty basic, but you never know when you're gonna need to do it. So the faster you can take a screenshot, the better
Speaker 1: You can grab the entire screen by hitting the windows key and print screen. The picture automatically saves to your pick folder. More specifically, your screenshots folder pressing only the print screen button or pressing the alt key. And the print screen button will save your image to [00:00:30] your clipboard. Then there's the classic sniping tool which has been around since windows Vista, open it quickly through your keyboard by hitting the windows key shift and S from this you can choose between rectangular free form windowed and full screen snips, just click and drag to capture a specific part of your screen. The screenshot will save up to your clipboard, not the screenshots folder. You can search for this tool in your task bar and pin it for easy access. If you take a lot of screenshots, snipping tool will [00:01:00] open and you can start a new snip choose between different sniping modes and set a timer like you might do. When taking a picture on your phone, you can also access the snipping tool settings to customize where your snip save, set up shortcuts and more, no matter how you prefer to take a screenshot, windows 11 can help you get it down and follow CNET for more windows, 11 tips and tricks.