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How to screenshot on a pc

How to screenshot on a pc

How to screenshot on a pc

We all know how to take a screenshot on a pc, but have you ever wondered how it works? If you've never looked into this quick process, you may be surprised to learn what happens when you take a screenshot from your screen.

All Android users can download third-party apps to take screen captures. Many apps meant for recording video can also take screenshots. Screenshot Easy is a top-rated option that uses the same basic triggers as Android itself; you can also customize it and take a screenshot just by shaking your phone. You can instead use Apowersoft's Android Recorder to take screenshots of your phone from a PC.

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You can also use a third-party tool to capture the screen on your mobile device from a computer. With LonelyScreen, you share your screen via AirPlay and capture anything on your mobile device's screen from the computer. Apowersoft's iPhone/iPad Recorder can work as long as the PC and mobile device are on the same Wi-Fi network. Activate the AirPlay connection in Control Center, then snap your images on a computer. In this case, you can press the first two Print Screen commands to automatically save an image file to OneDrive. You won’t see the screen flicker or dim for these commands — you’ll receive a notification instead. Be sure to sync the Screenshots folder if you want to access the images on your PC.

If you’re trying to learn how to take a screenshot on a Mac instead of a Windows PC, taking a screenshot is super simple as well. There are a number of methods to get it done, but the easiest involves using some handy keyboard shortcuts. Command + Shift + 3 will capture the whole screen, while Command + Shift + 4 will let you draw out a selection box. The overlay in Steam also has a screenshot feature, and it's so convenient it's the best way to go for any game you play on Steam—press the F12 key while playing to save an image. When you’re done playing, a popup will appear with all the screenshots you took. You can also access them from the View menu in Steam, and it'll show your latest screenshots on each game page in your library. Neat!. From the View menu, you can open the image in the Windows file manager or upload them to a Steam cloud library to access from another PC later. (Source: www.pcgamer.com)

 

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