Have you ever found yourself faced with a computer problem and you just want to show a friend the problem as it is on screen?
Do you want to quickly learn how to print screen?
The function of print screen enables you to save a photo of the exact clear version of whatever you are seeing or dealing with on screen.
There are times when you fall in love with a video clip so much that you just want to capture some parts and save them as photos.
But, how do you print screen? It’s quite simple!
Did you know that print screen’s original use had nothing to do with capturing a screenshot? Under MS-DOS, the information is copied to a standard port for printing.
1How to Print Screen on Windows
If you have any device running on Windows, here is how to capture your screen:
To find the program, click on the start button and select All Programs.
Then, find the Accessories and click on it. The Accessories will open a list from where you will find the Snipping tool.
This program will enable you to capture a screenshot of any specific area of the screen that you so desire.
Once you open it, click New, select the area of the screen you want to capture, then click Save.
Windows 8 and Windows 10
Just press the Windows key and the Print Screen key at the same time. This will capture the entire screen and the picture will automatically be saved to a Screenshot folder in the Pictures library.
However, if you do not wish to take the entire screen maybe because there is personal information involved, you can instead use the Snipping tool.
How to Print Screen in Windows Mobile
With the latest highly advanced technology, we also have Windows tablets and smartphones.
These type of devices are more common than any other handheld devices ever and now function like a digital wallet.
If you also have any of these devices, you can also take screenshots by pressing the volume-down key and the Power button both at the same time.
The image will then be saved in the Images library in the Screenshots folder.