Screenshots are quite handy because it
is simple to use and very convenient
for sharing elements of your screen.
But there are few tricks
that can save you time.
Of course, you can easily use the print
screen button on the keyboard that
will take your picture of your desktop.
To see and save this image,
you must paste it into another
However, this process produces some issue.
For example, if you are working
with two screens and you only want
a precise element on your desktop,
using Printscreen will not really do the job.
There is a feature called Snipping tool,
way more convenient.
You can find it on all windows
in the Start menu.
Consider pinning it to the taskbar if
it's something you can use regularly.
This tool includes several modes
and will present the result
directly in this application.
With Windows 11, this tool is
granting new features and new design.
The rectangle mode is the default option,
letting you select in a square
shape the element you want to save.
Find out the mods listed
right next to the new button.
The window mode allows you to
make a capture in one click
directly on the desired window.
Full Screen mode launches immediately
a screenshot once you have
selected that mode, so be careful.
Free from Modest Mouse drawn selection.
You can also delay your screenshot.
In the delay section
select the timer you want.
It can be now 035 or 10 seconds.
Moreover, you can notice some editing
tools to overwrite or reshape the image.
Finally, once you're done,
you can save it by clicking the save
button or the shortcut control.
The snipping tool can save you a lot of
time and it's a must known app on Windows.
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