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How to take screenshot in Windows 8, 8.1 and 10

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Whether it is office work or any other important work, for this we use computer or laptop every day. Sometimes we have to download a screen online while running the internet, but the download option is not there on every website, so it has to be taken screenshot i.e., to capture the screen.

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Sometimes we face some error in laptop and after taking screenshot of that error we send it to our knowledgeable friend for his solution. If you work in an office, then some kind of error is seen on the screen of PC. To fix it, the expert has to be told, for this you can send a screenshot so that that expert can understand the problem and tell you, its solution

There are many PC software and online tools with the help of which you can easily take a picture of the screen. These tools are also some advanced, which is not only screen shot but you get the facility to edit the image after taking it such as highlighter, marking pen, copy, paste, send to email, eraser etc.

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How to take screen shot in Windows 8, 8.1 and 10?

  • For this use the keyboard shortcut key. Press the Windows key and the PrntScrn key simultaneously to take a screenshot on any type of PC, laptop, or desktop.
  • Now open the paint application in Windows 8, 8.1 or 10 and paste the screenshot there by pressing Ctrl and V and save it by pressing Ctrl + S.

Screenshot from extensions for Chrome and Firefox

There are many popular extensions available for Chrome and Firefox web browsers, which you can install and take a screenshot of any website comfortably, some of them are popular extensions.

How to take a screenshot with a Venue 8, 10 or 11 Pro tablet

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Instead of Windows Key + Print Screen, Press the Windows logo button and the volume down button – you must synchronize the button presses perfectly for the hotkey combination to work.

Tip: If you press Alt+Print Screen, only the active window in the foreground will be captured to the clipboard, not the whole screen. Also, as mentioned above, if your keyboard requires you to use Fn key in order to use Print Screen, use Fn+Print Screen or Fn+Alt+Print Screen if necessary.

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