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How to Take a Screenshot on Windows 10

There are several ways to take a screenshot on Windows 10. Here are the best techniques to capture your screen:

Method 1: Using the PrtSc (Print Screen) Button

1. Press the PrtSc button. This button is usually located at the top right of your keyboard.

2. This button will copy your entire screen onto your clipboard.

3. To paste your screenshot, press Ctrl + V.

Method 2: Using Windows + Shift + S

1. Press Windows + Shift + S on your keyboard.

2. Your screen will dim, and the cursor will change to a crosshair. Click and drag to select the area you want to capture.

3. The selected area is copied to the clipboard.

4. To paste your screenshot, press Ctrl + V. Alternatively, you can open up the screenshot using the clipboard. This will open the screenshot in the “Snip & Sketch” tool. Click on the save icon in the top right.

Method 3: Using Windows + PrtScn

1. Press Windows + PrtScn. This will capture the entire screen.

2. To find this screenshot, open up your “File Explorer”> Find the “Pictures” folder> Navigate to the “Screenshots” folder.

Method 3: Using Snip & Sketch

1. Search for “Snip & Sketch” in the Start menu.

2. Click “New” to take a new snip.

3. This will allow you to take a screenshot of your screen. You can also edit the screenshot using the annotation tools.

4. After editing, save the screenshot by clicking on the save icon in the top right.

Whether you need a quick screenshot or advanced editing capabilities, Windows 10 provides multiple tools to meet your needs. By using these methods, you can efficiently capture and manage your screenshots on your Windows 10 device.

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